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    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline may earn an affiliate commission. Cordless stick vacuum cleaners allow us to nip around the house and clean fast without need to be near power sockets but they're either super expensive or they're flimsy and have a short battery time. But the Black + Decker Powerseries Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner & Hand Vac is the ideal middle ground as it's powerful, easy to manoeuvre and durable, but it's a lot more affordable than brands like Shark and Dyson, especially over Black Friday.  Usually priced at $149.99, the powerful dirt buster is now just $99, which is a small price to pay for something that you'll probably use daily for several years. The Black + Decker Powerseries Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner & Hand Vac is on sale for under $100 on Amazon today - saving you $50 As the Black + Decker Powerseries Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner & Hand Vac super lightweight, it's simple to get out...
    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com may earn an affiliate commission. There are tons of great deals on fashion to be found on Amazon this Black Friday, but for clothes to hang properly it's important to find the right underwear. Now there's no need to compromise on comfort, shape or price as the popular Bali Revolution shaping wirefree bra can be yours for as little as $12.74 in the sale. With a sleek, seamless fit, reviewers say it feels as comfortable as going bra-free but it offers gentle support in all the right places thanks to a special thicker knit in key zones of the design.  Now reduced to $12.74, the Bali Revolution wire-free bra could be one of the most comfortable things you purchase on Black Friday With more than 13,000 positive ratings on Amazon, shoppers love how the Bali Revolution shaping wirefree bra feels like they're wearing a second skin rather than a bra, and how it manages to lift the...
    WE have nothing but fond memories of our local lollipop lady growing up. But despite seeing them twice a day for years, we never stopped to think just how difficult the job can be. 2Maria thought she'd be rolling in it after seeing TikTok videos of people boasting about how much they earned in traffic controlCredit: TikTok//@mariakefalas3 Giving insight into what the job entails, TikToker Maria Kefalas, who lives in Australia, shared some of the downsides of being in a lollipop lady. In a viral video that's been viewed by over 224,000 people, Maria confessed that she was convinced to apply for the job at her specific company after seeing people rave about the money on TikTok. She said: "I’ve been seeing a lot of TikToks in regards to traffic control and they’re all positive, they’re all good. They tell you how much money they make and how many hours they work and what not. "What they don’t tell you is... You can have a whole month with no work and then a whole month straight with work. Traffic...
    One of the hosts of The View was slammed online after she urged closeted LGBTQ members to 'come out' to their families during the Thanksgiving holiday.  Joy Behar, 79, one of the four hosts of the talk show, was discussing the dreaded politics conversations that families get into on Thanksgiving with Whoopi Goldberg when she said she welcomed divisive discussions during Wednesday's episode. Then she suddenly said, 'I'd like to suggest everybody out there, come out to your family this Thanksgiving,' Behar said. 'Just come out! See what happens!'  Her cohosts appeared confused by the statement, with Whoopi Goldberg joking, 'Come out...the door?'  Meghan McCain appeared even more confused and just said, 'I can't follow this conversation.'  Joy Behar told queer people to 'come out' to their family members during the holiday Behar left her cohosts visibly confused as she said she wanted people to be themselves Whoopi Goldberg tried to play off the comment while Megan McCain refused to join in Behar, who has advocated for LGBTQ rights in the past and received a GLAAD award in 2010, said...
    Even by the crass standards of the BBC, there is something supremely ironic for it to broadcast a major two-part documentary about briefing wars between members of the Royal Family while the embers of the Martin Bashir affair are still glowing. And how counter-productive and foolish of the Corporation to refuse to let the Palace see tonight’s opening instalment, titled the Princess And The Press, before it is screened. Is it any wonder that courtiers are thinking ‘very carefully’ about future projects with the BBC where cooperation is essential, with next year’s Platinum Jubilee tributes to the Queen at the very top of the list? It is highly unusual for all three royal households, representing the Queen, the Prince of Wales and Prince William, to unite in a threat of a potential boycott of our national broadcaster but it demonstrates what is at stake. And it underlines a shared sense of collective anger at the programme. It is highly unusual for all three royal households to unite in a threat of a potential boycott of our national broadcaster writes Richard...
    "My point about all of this is: I am not anti-vax. What I really want is for people to make these decisions for themselves," Bila added. As she endorsed personal choice, audio picked up one of the show's co-hosts loudly groaning dismissively in the background. "However, I do oppose mandates," Bila continued. "I oppose them on the fact that — let's look at the science. This is a vaccine created to prevent severity of disease and to prevent hospitalization ... but the vaccine does not prevent you from getting COVID and does not prevent you from transmitting COVID." That's when the fireworks began. "Oh, my goodness!" Behar objected. "No, that's not so. C'mon! You've been at Fox TV too long."So @JedediahBila went on The View shared 100% factual covid data and they cut her off. Watch this:pic.twitter.com/aUVyhLPci6 — Clay Travis (@Clay Travis)1637090767Bila appealed to the CDC itself, explaining the CDC recommends vaccinated people wear face masks indoors because being vaccinated does not prevent someone from transmitting COVID. Co-host Sunny Hostin then interjected. "You know what Jed, you know what Jed:...
    SEE how a woman was able to make a Thanksgiving meal for eight people for just $8. A savvy shopper wowed her audience by showing people how easy it was to save money and cook a giant Thanksgiving dinner for eight people by taking advantage of coupon offers and smart shopping. 3A woman was able to purchase a whole Thanksgiving dinner for eight people for $8Credit: YouTube/Savvy Sauté 3She was able to save over $20 in rebatesCredit: YouTube/Savvy Sauté The woman, named Leah, said she's "all about spending less and creating more" in her video posted to the account Savvy Saute. "A low budget does not have to mean boring food. And the same holds true during the holidays," Leah says in the video. "So if you want to see how we make a Thanksgiving meal for eight people for $8 Stick around, this is Savvy Saute," she said. "With the holidays coming up, I knew I wanted to see what kind of low budget we could use and still create a delicious meal for our family and friends...
    Maria Guadalupe Reyes was worried about the urgent notice that had arrived, saying that her landlord was seeking to evict her from the house she rents. So she went straight to the usual place: the Martin Luther King Jr. Outpatient Center. There, the 72-year-old handed the document over to paralegal Alejandra Patlán — a familiar face with pink hair and an unflappable manner — and waited outside the little room on the second floor for her turn with the attorney. The glassy center on 120th Street in Willowbrook, where patients typically stop in to see doctors and get hearing tests, vaccinations and other routine care, might seem like an odd place to seek legal advice. But the L.A. County Department of Health Services, which runs this and other medical centers across the county, has offered free help from attorneys as an unconventional way to meet the broader needs of its patients. It now has nine clinics with a lawyer embedded on-site through a program called the Medical Legal Community Partnership. Patients can also get legal help by...
    Sarah Jessica Parker Goes Sleek in Hot Pink Blazer & Colorful Gem-Embellished Sandals for ‘And Just Like That’ Detroit City announces USL move; NISA takes shots at departing champs Look what you made Taylor Swift do! Taylor Swift to Release "All Too Well" Short Film Featuring Dylan OBrien and Sadie Sink E! News See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Inside Scott Disick and Travis Barkers Relationship After Kourtney Kardashian Engagement E! News Why Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams Arent in a Rush to Get Married After Postponing Wedding Ceremony E! News Cobra Kais Mary Mouser Is (Almost) Speechless Over Triple Peoples Choice Awards Nominations E! News Should NeNe Leakes Return to Real Housewives of Atlanta? Kenya Moore Weighs In E! News Bachelor Nation Stars Whove Dated Celebrities E! News Shonda Rhimes Teases Whether She Knows How Greys Anatomy Will End E! News How Honey Boo Boo and Mama June Are Repairing Their Strained Relationship E! News ...
    BLACK Friday is well and truly underway with this absolute gem of an iPhone 13 Pro deal. Three has just rolled out a contract that knocks 50% off the first six months - and that's with UNLIMITED monthly data. 1Three is offering the first six months of its iPhone 13 Pro contract for half the normal price - just £35.50 with £69 upfront *If you click on a link in this piece, we may earn affiliate revenue. iPhone 13 Pro 128GB, unlimited data, £35.50 for six months (£71 after), £69 upfront - buy from Three While the standard monthly cost is £71, for the first six months you'll only pay £35.50. The upfront cost is just £69. We were surprised to see such a top-rate iPhone Black Friday deal being offered so early on in November - and on a phone that was only released back in September. It makes us wonder if there'll be a few more red-hot iPhone 13 Pro deals to come - but honestly, if you're thinking about picking up this top-of-the-line phone, we'd...
    IT'S the age old question of whether or not size matters - but one doctor has revealed a nifty trick if you want to guess the size of a man's soldier. You'd think that getting out the tape measure or even a ruler would do the trick, but there's an even simpler way. 2If you want to measure the size of your penis, you don't actually need to get the tape measure outCredit: Getty 2Dr Karan Rajan referred to a study he said was 'interesting' but urged caution and said it's not a hard and fast ruleCredit: tiktok/drkaranr Posting to TikTok, Dr Karan Rajan referred to a study which claims that you can measure the size of a man's penis by how short his index finger is. He explained: "According to a urological study in the Asian Journal of Andrology a shorter index finger compared to ring finger correlates to a bigger snozwaggler. "This is known as the second to fourth digit ratio, calculated by dividing the length of the index finger by the length of the ring finger. "The...
    IF you've become a little bit excited and your soldier isn't standing down, then it's likely you're feeling a little bit uncomfortable. Luckily, one NHS doctor has revealed exactly what you need to do if you've got an erection that just won't shift. 2Dr Karan Rajan was responding to one man who was offering followers tips on how to pee if they had an erectionCredit: Getty - Contributor 2Dr Rajan offered his solution to what to do if you have an erection you can't get rid ofCredit: tiktok/drkaranr Posting on TikTok, Dr Karan Rajan replied to one user who said the best way to urinate with an erection was to become a 'number one skydiver'. This would involve lying face down across the toilet with the penis sitting in the toilet bowel. Dr Rajan revealed the 'science' behind getting rid of an erection within thirty seconds. He said: "Everyone knows guys get random boners, many even do this three to five times a night in their sleep and this is known as nocturnal penile tumescence. "You've probably been told that...
    Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) snapped at a Snapchat executive on Tuesday over whether she supports his legislation, the Children and Teens’ Online Privacy Protection Act. “Do you support my child protection, my teen protection law? Do you support it?” Markey asked Jennifer Stout, vice president of global public policy at Snapchat, during a hearing held by the Senate Commerce’s consumer protection subcommittee featuring executives from not only Snapchat, but also YouTube and TikTok. “So, senator, we agree that there should be additional protections put against young people to protect them further from,” said Stout, before Markey interjected with “Yeah, so have you had a chance the Child Online Privacy Protection [Act] update that I’ve introduced. It’s been out there for years.” “Do you support it or not,” asked Markey. “I think, senator, we’d love to talk to you a bit more about,” said Stout before being interrupted by Markey, who said, “No, no … Listen, this is just what drives us crazy. We want to talk, we want to talk, we want to talk. This bill’s been out there for...
    In this article AMZNVIDEO1:5401:54Every company now needs to have a chief health officer: Vin GuptaAt WorkThe U.S. is by no means out of the woods when it comes to the pandemic. While booster shots are being approved and the number of deaths may be plateauing, thousands of Americans are still dying each week and we are entering an uncertain cold and flu season with health systems already overwhelmed by Covid cases. New virus strains are also being monitored. But Vin Gupta, who is a health data and respiratory disease professor at the University of Washington and chief health officer for Amazon, says that over the course of the next four to five months, the nation should emerge from Covid feeling safer, and by March or April "renormalizing" what workplaces look like. If workplaces are to be safer, though, and healthier and more productive, one big change needs to be made. Improvements to air filtration and ventilation systems were needed well before Covid, and Gupta says air quality will be the biggest challenge for public and workspaces of this century. "Go...
    What the fuck is wrong with Kyrsten Sinema? That’s what Molly Jong-Fast wants to know. On the latest episode of The New Abnormal, Molly sits down with Adam Jentleson to talk about the wayward Arizona senator. Subscribe to The New Abnormal on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Amazon Music, or Overcast. To listen to our weekly members-only bonus episodes, join Beast Inside here. Already a member? You can listen here and sign up for new episode email alerts here. Jentleson, former deputy chief of staff to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and author of Kill Switch: The Rise of the Modern Senate and the Crippling of American Democracy, says Sinema gallivanting off to Europe for fundraising and Boston for the marathon instead of legislating isn’t just her “pissing off the left.” “This is her just absolutely failing to do Politics 101,” he tells Molly. “Her constituents say they can’t reach her. There’s another story out saying all of her allies, people who supported her in her election, haven’t spoken to her in a year, and here she is popping...
    Kelly Ripa’s Most Savage Social Media Clap Backs Boeings Freighter Sales Surge Wont Last © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Sunday night’s Buccaneers-Patriots game is one of the most-anticipated regular-season games in NFL history. But Bucs coach Bruce Arians is telling his players that most of them shouldn’t view it that way. Although Arians obviously recognizes the significance of Tom Brady‘s return to New England, Arians told Sal Paolantonio of ESPN that he told the rest of his players that for them, it’s just another game and an opportunity to bounce back from last week’s loss to the Rams. “I told them for 98 percent of you, it’s the next game,” Arians texted Paolantonio. “We DON’T lose two in a row if we have the leadership I know we have. This is a team game. Teams win and lose, not individually.” Arians is right; this is a significant moment in Brady’s career, but for the Buccaneers it’s just Week Four on the schedule. And there’s no reason that they should...
    Recent reports in this year’s Virginia governor's race have suggested a “tightening” contest, with the state’s Democratic former governor Terry McAuliffe only holding a slim edge over Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin a month out from the election. The nonpartisan Cook Political Report, among the most respected of the electoral prognosticators, leant its weight to those reports last week when it nudged the race in Youngkin’s favor, from “lean Democratic” to “toss-up.” Those reports lean on polling, fundraising numbers, as well as a healthy dose of gut feeling. But if you were to look deeper into one aspect of the contest—the money race—the election isn’t nearly as close as it seems. When the two campaigns disclosed their latest filings earlier this month, headlines implied equal footing. “Youngkin and McAuliffe report massive summer fundraising hauls in Virginia’s race for governor,” The Washington Post blared. “McAuliffe, Youngkin report record summer fundraising hauls in Virginia governor’s race,” The Hill announced. And the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonprofit that tracks political raising and spending, titled its analysis, “As Virginia governor’s race tightens, McAuliffe and...
    VIDEO3:0003:00I'm afraid this is another lull before a Covid surge: Dr. Manisha GandhiThe News with Shepard Smith On the heels of the deadliest month of the pandemic for pregnant people yet, Dr. Manisha Gandhi told CNBC that she's not optimistic about Covid-19 this winter. "To be dealing with this surge and taking care of really sick women, has just really taken a toll," said Gandhi, who is chief of maternal-fetal medicine at Texas Children's hospital. "I'm still really afraid this is just another lull before another potential surge." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an urgent message to pregnant women on Wednesday to get a Covid-19 vaccine. The agency reported that at least 22,000 pregnant women have been hospitalized with Covid, and more than 160 have died, including 22 in August.  Gandhi, who has treated pregnant women with Covid, told "The News with Shepard Smith" that not only are the mothers with Covid "sicker," but that it's also impacting the newborn children.  "We're also having to deliver them prematurely, so they themselves are dealing with complications, but then...
    A right-wing Marine officer who went viral for criticizing the U.S. military and its leadership over Afghanistan has been sent to the brig, family members told Task & Purpose. The officer, identified as Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, went viral after sharing a video on Facebook in which he questioned the command of military leaders for withdrawing from Afghanistan. He released several videos despite being told by supervisors to stop posting on social media. Reports indicate knew that his last post about the gag order could have him sent to the brig. "What happens when all you do is speak truth and no one wants to hear it. But they can probably stop listening because… I’m crazy… right?" Scheller wrote at the end of the Facebook post. "Col Emmel please have the MPs waiting for me at 0800 on Monday. I’m ready for jail." Scheller was told Saturday that “effective immediately upon your receipt below, you are hereby ordered to refrain from posting any and all material, in any form without exception, to any social media.” Despite this, he continued to post on social media, egging...
    It has been about 19 months since the coronavirus pandemic shook American society to its core. But Joe Rogan predicts that the current state of affairs might only be the tip of the iceberg. The podcaster spoke to comedian Bert Kreischer on his latest show, and the conversation gravitated around the mental impact of the pandemic. As Kreischer spoke about how months of lockdowns and social distancing “f*cks with your head,” Rogan followed up by saying it’s “nonsense” to think the pandemic is over. “This is not over. This is just beginning,” said Rogan. “This pandemic thing is just beginning. We’re gonna have to figure out a way to deal with this kind of stress in a better way, because I don’t think this is going away, and I think this is gonna get worse.” “That’s not what I wanted to hear,” Kreischer said — sighing in dismay. The two of them continued by lamenting the pandemic’s psychological effect on young adults, but Rogan expanded the conversation further by speaking of the difficulties of having very young children wear masks....
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — For many performers and theater workers, returning to Broadway is not business as usual. Fans from all over the world travel to Broadway, and the push is on to have more diversity among the talented teams putting on the shows. READ MORE: Cast Of Aint Too Proud Fired Up For Return To Broadway: I Have Dreamed About That Reopening Night CBS2’s Cindy Hsu has the story of Broadway’s equity and inclusion efforts. On August 4, “Pass Over’s” three actors took their bows after a monumental preview performance. It was the first play staged since March 12, 2020. It was a significant step in reopening Broadway, and it ushered in a new era. “It feels so good not only to be back in theater, but to see Black people on these stages using their voices, telling their stories,” one theater fan told CBS2. Web Extra: Reopening Dates For Various Broadway Shows Seven plays this fall are written by African American playwrights, including Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s one-man show, “Lackawanna Blues.” The show celebrates Miss Rachel, affectionately called Nanny, a...
    BRITISH supermarkets seem to lurch from one crisis to another these days: Covid, the pingdemic, HGV driver shortages and now a critical national shortage of carbon dioxide. Thankfully, the Government has acted quickly to secure the UK’s food supplies by subsidising the American firm that makes more than half of our CO2 to ensure the continued production of this vital gas. 2We must find a permanent solution to keep the UK’s wheels turning and its lights on RIGHT NOW or many supermarkets will have major difficulties in keeping their shelves stockedCredit: AP 2Richard Walker is managing director of Iceland FoodsCredit: WEBER SHANDWICK PR I realise that a self-proclaimed environmentalist like me arguing for more carbon dioxide might sound ironic. So why does it matter to the food industry? Carbon dioxide is critical for the stunning and slaughtering of animals, and therefore to the continued supply of fresh meat. It is also used in packaging to prolong the shelf life of salads and other fresh food, including some bakery products; in the production of carbonated soft drinks and beer; and in...
    A customer pushes a shopping cart past paint samples inside a Home Depot Inc. store in Louisville, Kentucky.Luke Sharrett | Bloomberg | Getty Images Home improvement is getting even more aggravating as a lack of supplies and higher prices are making life more difficult for do-it-yourselfers. Take paint, for instance – if you can find it, and afford it. A confluence of factors, from an unusual freeze earlier this year in Texas to surging demand to ongoing supply chain issues, has created a paint shortage and a price surge. Customers around the country are finding it tougher to get the paint they want as store owners struggle to keep product on the shelves and meet rising costs from their suppliers. "We've had multiple price increases across the board from every manufacturer we deal with," said Randy Moser, owner of Buss Paints, a specialty store in Emmaus, Pa., about 53 miles north of Philadelphia in the Lehigh Valley. "It's been this way for a while now, and it seems like it's not going to get any better over the next three...
    A 17-year-old who was hospitalised with complications from Covid has urged young people to get vaccinated. Maisy Evans, from Newport, South Wales, was rushed to The Grange University Hospital earlier this month after testing positive for the virus - just three days after receiving her first jab. The schoolgirl, who is a member of the Welsh Youth Parliament, was soon diagnosed with a Covid-related blood clot in her lung following numerous blood tests, X-rays and CT scans. She has now urged other teenagers to 'take this virus seriously' and ensure they get vaccinated if given the opportunity. Maisy Evans (left and right in hospital), 17, from Newport, South Wales, was rushed to The Grange University Hospital where she was diagnosed with a Covid-related blood clot in her lung Speaking from hospital, she said: 'This virus is not a joke for young people and those eligible must get vaccinated. Rest assured, I'm on the long road to recovery!'   She added: 'I'm 17 years old and I'm currently taking antibiotics, steroids, morphine and blood thinners. 'Please continue to take this virus...
    In China they are already creating modular hotels that are built in a few days. There are buildings that take years and years to build, others that are never finished after starting and others, especially if you go to China, that are built in just a few days. China has already surprised the world by being able to manufacture a 1,000-bed, 25,000-m² hospital in just nine days when COVID-19 was spreading in the country, so if we told you that they have now built a seven-story hotel in Zhuhai in so only 12 days, you might not be so surprised. The construction company responsible for this project is China State Construction, and they have explained to the world, the process they have used to take this step that could allow our future homes to be practically built in a few days after having acquired them. For this, the company explains that all parts of the hotel are modular and that therefore they have been previously built in a dedicated factory. They claim that about 80% of construction procedures are part...
    In this article, ComputerHoy could receive a commission for your purchases. More information. As confirmed by the DGT, all new cars in 2022 will have to come with a rear camera. However, it is recommended that you already install one in your car. The motor industry evolves, and it is not just the arrival of new electric car models, but important improvements in safety, such as the V16 lights that can already be used and more improvements that are mandatory on the way. such as the rear cameras. The DGT confirms that the European Union will make them mandatory in 2022, although it already recommends them, and that is allow you to see the traffic that follows you in real time and help you park. Also, they are quite cheap. For example, this model that Amazon recommends costs just over 20 euros. It is a fairly low price to pay in exchange for improving and a lot when parking, although the reason why they will be mandatory is for sheer safety, in an attempt to reduce accidents of all kinds,...
    Drinking celery juice first thing in the morning became all the rage a few years ago. Those who consume it assure that it has many health benefits and that, in addition, it also helps to lose weight. But is this true or is it just a myth? Let’s see what science says. Through the internet and social networks we get countless fashions and trends to follow a healthy lifestyle and lose weight. Drinking celery juice first thing in the morning is one of them, And you have surely heard that this drink offers countless health benefits and that, in addition, it also helps you lose weight. As always when we talk about weight loss, we have to be clear that you cannot lose weight by magic. It is a process for which it is necessary to be in caloric deficit, which means that we must eat fewer calories than we burn throughout the day. People who promote this trend claim that drinking celery juice helps you lose weight because it breaks down and dissolves fat cells stored in...
    FALLSTON, Md. (WJZ) —  A restaurant in Harford County is finally opening their doors in the coming days and they have chosen to kick off their Grand Opening by giving support to a local family after their daughter was hurt in a car accident. Zack Trabbold, the Executive Chef, and Owner of The Local said he chose the name because they plan to support all local businesses with their produce, seafood, wooden charcuterie boards and more. READ MORE: BMW Championship Underway At Caves Valley Golf Club In Owings Mills They decided to take their efforts a step further by helping a local mom who needs all the help she can get. “Hearing about this story, and knowing we are able to give back to something very meaningful and it just touched my heart when I heard about this incident with the car accident,” said Trabbold. A drunk driver hit the vehicle Alyssa Larkin and her daughter Rylee were in as they were driving home from a cousin’s birthday party on Oct. 30, 2020. The car was T-boned and Rylee suffered...
    (CNN)Cases of Covid-19 among children have steadily increased since the beginning of July, according to a report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. And an expert says this rise is just the warmup act."This is happening before school starts. Schools are opening now," said Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. "So, Houston Independent school district opens August 23, that's going to be a huge accelerant. This is just the beginning, unfortunately," he told CNN's Jake Tapper.More than 121,000 child Covid-19 cases were reported last week, which the AAP called "a continuing substantial increase." Thousands of Mississippi students are quarantining just as the school year gets underwayHealth experts had hoped to get a critical threshold of the population vaccinated against Covid-19 in time to get spread under control for the new school year, but only 50.9% of the population is fully vaccinated and cases are once gain on the rise. And with the more transmissible Delta variant accounting now for nearly 99% of cases in the US, the situation is...
    In this article, ComputerHoy could receive a commission for your purchases. More information. There is less than a month to go back to school, and with it the need to have to do with a laptop at a good price, but at the same time offering the best features so that all kinds of productivity programs can be run, and also video games. And since going back to school is never cheap, Finding a next-gen laptop at an affordable price is really recommended, and we have found this laptop for you that right now is on sale, and practically free of price. And is that the Medion Akoya S15449 laptop costs only € 529, thanks to its € 110 discount with respect to its previously marked price. With a state-of-the-art i5 and a whopping 512GB of SSD storage, this laptop is ideal for work and play, and is also quite light. This laptop for € 529 is sold by PC components, and on top of that you can receive it at home with free shipping. It is better to make...
    Parent attacks teacher after mask dispute on first day of school in California UK security chiefs issue guidance after hackers target ministers on WhatsApp Look out fans, Kevin Quinn might ignite a "Wildfire" in your heart! © Randall Slavin Kevin Quinn The rising pop star premiered his debut single "Wildfire," along with an accompanying music video, on Friday (watch exclusively above). Quinn, 24, tells PEOPLE he's excited to finally share a piece of himself with the world. "Music has always been a significant part of my life," he says. "And I'm humbled to be able to make the music I've always wanted to make. What a blessing." The artist also mentioned the overwhelming support from his fans "made the entire journey leading up to this so worthwhile." "I sincerely hope 'Wildfire' reaches their souls, and that they too can find light in this crazy life. It really is always brightest in the dark," says Quinn. View this post on Instagram The music video, directed by Roman White, symbolizes Quinn's artistic mission: to bring hope during difficult times....
    American Chemical Society works with prototypes of water-soluble smartwatches that would help reduce electronic waste … And you, are you not worried about the environment? Today, the truth is that few things should concern us more than the environment, ecology and a climate change that continues its course inexorably, so this development of the American Chemical Society we should treat it as one of the most important advancements in the mobile industry of the last years. Not in vain, as they told us from Gizmodo following the track of papers published by ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, some researchers from Tianjin University have managed to create a prototype smartwatch that dissolves when submerged in water to facilitate recycling of all its electronic components and circuits. The biodegradable smartwatch is fully functional, connects via Bluetooth and can even measure your health. It sounds strange, at least curious, especially when all of us are looking for wearables with military grade resistance and liquid certifications, but it is not so much because it is only a beginning in the research of...
    Faster than Xiaomi, Apple, Huawei or Samsung, it actually reaches 100 million mobile phones sold and certifies that it is very serious in the mobile industry. It’s been a long time since realme announced its intentions to become the new Xiaomi, and although to many of us they seemed perhaps too ambitious, The truth is that the Chinese manufacturer had already signed the fastest growth of a brand in the entire history of the mobile industry. Be that as it may, realme achievements do not remain in the past Rather, they are rather present and a promising future, because as various media told us throughout the afternoon, in Shenzhen they are already celebrating its first 100 million phones sold which, according to the experts at Strategy Analytics, have been delivered in just three years. The iconic rear of realme, with her slogan ‘Dare to Jump’ as the protagonist. We are before the brand that has reached this round figure the fastest in all history of the smartphone market, ahead of illustrious such as Xiaomi, Apple, vivo, OPPO, Huawei...
    08/02/2021 at 12:55 CEST . The Spanish Orlando Ortega, current Olympic runner-up of 110 meters hurdles, thanked the support he is receiving after announcing that he will not be able to participate in the Tokyo Games and assured that the injury he suffered in one of the training sessions in the Japanese city “is just one more stumbling block on the road.” Due to this injury, Orlando Ortega, one of the strongest Spanish hopes for a medal at Tokyo 2020, will not start on Tuesday, August 3 in the series of 110 meters hurdles. “Thank you very much for all the encouragement and messages of support that you are sending me. It was a shame, a shame, that little tear we had in the hamstring, but we will keep trying“said Ortega, in a video released by the Royal Spanish Athletics Federation. “You have to move on because this it’s just one more stumble on the road. Heartfelt thanks to the federation for the support provided, “he concluded. Ortega faced these third Games -the second as Spanish-...
    The OnePlus Nord 2 can be yours for 379 euros on AliExpress. The OnePlus Nord 2 It has only officially been on the market for 48 hours, but you can already buy it for a lower price than the launch price -399 euros-. The new OnePlus darling, which came out of the pre-sale period on July 28, can be yours for 379 euros in AliExpress with free shipping from Spain. There is much that we must highlight in this new Nord 2, starting with its AMOLED display with high refresh rate and continuing by its powerful processor MediaTek Dimensity 1200 AI. In this OnePlus Nord 2 you will also find a great main camera, one of the most powerful fast charges on the market and other details that play in favor, such as the on-screen fingerprint reader. We are going to stop at the technical sheet of this smartphone on sale to tell you everything you can earn with your purchase. Buy the new OnePlus Nord 2 cheaper Buy the cheapest OnePlus Nord 2 with shipping from Spain. First...
    In China they can already create a 10-storey building in 28 hours, and fully habitable. In general, building a normal 10-story building, like the ones you see when you are walking down the street or similar in which you are living, requires months and months of work, but if you are in China, your next floor will probably be built in just 24 hours. When COVID-19 began to spread in China, the government of that country was a world example in being able to build a prefabricated hospital in just one week, a 25,000 m² hospital that surely saved thousands of lives at the beginning of the pandemic. Now a construction company in China is leading rapid and prefab construction to build habitable buildings, and require practically only one investment day. The company, called Broad Group It is based in Changsa in Hunan Province. In 2009 they innovated by creating a building material called B-CORE Slab which is made of stainless steel that allows it to be part of a larger modular, sustainable and profitable entity for making buildings. The...
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    In this article, ComputerHoy could receive a commission for your purchases. More information. More and more devices have WiFi 6, a new standard that significantly improves Internet connection. If you don’t have a compatible router yet, there is one from Xiaomi for sale on Amazon. Although until not long ago there were not many mobile phones or laptops with WiFi 6, this has changed a lot in the last 12 months, especially with the launch of the iPhone 12 and the PlayStation 5, which right now are the two devices that equip of more importance. This standard requires a compatible router first, and there are many at a good price. One of them, of course, is from Xiaomi, which already sells several of its routers in our country. We are talking about the Mi Router AX1800, whose price on Amazon is only 50 euros. Router compatible with Redmi’s WiFi 6 networks and with a quad-core processor, compatible with mesh networks and for Internet of Things devices. It is a good bargain, although there are other somewhat more affordable models, such...
    Xiaomi has most of its best sellers in the most basic ranges, so it is logical that it takes care of them like gold in cloth even with several ‘major updates’ of MIUI like this v12.5. The industry already expects Xiaomi teach us the Redmi 10 in the coming weeks, but for now the Chinese giant will continue to work with the after-sales support of its best-selling family, and that is the Redmi 9 is about to receive MIUI 12.5 globally, as they told us from GizmoChina. In fact, it is that the first model of the entire prolific Redmi 9 family that will receive the new software package is precisely the most classic Xiaomi Redmi 9, the original and without surnames, which it would already be updating in China for a few hours while waiting for the international deployment. The Xiaomi Redmi 9 is also one of the cheapest phones with a FullHD + screen. The new update with MIUI 12.5 responds to build V12.5.1.0.RJCCNXM and it’s being labeled beta stable, so already would be releasing in...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Fifty-five new pot businesses are about to get the green light in Illinois with the state’s first lottery tomorrow for dispensary licenses. Licenses that were delayed for more than a year and a half, even as the state raked in millions in taxes and fees on legalized marijuana. READ MORE: Women May Have Gotten Botched Mammograms At Hoffman Estates Office CBS 2’s Tara Molina has been tracking this for us since the beginning. Not one minority-owned business has opened up yet because of the delays, but that’s about to change. It’s changing now. The first lottery Wednesday will award the first 55 new licenses and the second lottery next week will award another 55, specifically for owners who will diversify the industry here. “It was not easy.” Kiana Hughes sitting down with us in Park Forest hours before the first state lottery awarding cannabis dispensary licenses. “At least now, you see a light at the end of the tunnel because it was complete darkness before.” As an applicant and advocate, she’s been waiting more than a year...
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    In this article XME HAL XLE @CL.1 VIDEO4:2904:29Energy tanks oil slips below key $70 level. Here's what two traders are eyeingTrading NationCrude oil held below $70, a key psychological level, on Tuesday. The oil market bore the brunt of a major sell-off on Wall Street to begin the week with the spread of the Covid delta variant raising fears of a slowdown in the economic recovery. OPEC and its allies over the weekend also reached a deal to boost production. In an interview with CNBC's "Trading Nation," Boris Schlossberg, managing director of FX strategy at BK Asset Management, said he is long energy.  "Despite the volatility, I continue to like the sector, because I think this is just a hiccup," he said on Monday. "Oil is definitely going to stay pretty much at these levels, perhaps even rise a little further as the economy begins to improve." Schlossberg has his eyes set on Halliburton, which reported earnings before Tuesday's opening bell. "That's my favorite trade in the sector right now," he said, pointing to the company's exposure to the...
    Only 2,000 units of this device will be made. There is life beyond the Apple Watch. Despite the fact that Apple’s smartwatch is the best-selling in the world, there are many alternatives on the market. Some cheaper, others much more expensive. A clear example is the smart watch that we bring you below. It is from the TAG Heuer brand, it has a Super Mario design and as you can imagine, it is not cheap at all. And if that weren’t enough … only 2,000 units will be made! The smart watch –and very expensive– from Super Mario that you would surely like to have Mario’s smartwatch will be expensive and limited edition TAG Heuer is not new to smartwatches. While their devices are not cheap at all, The truth is that they have a really exquisite taste when it comes to designing them. A clear example is the TAG Heuer Connected 45 “Golf Edition, ideal for golf lovers. This time it is a Super Mario Bros-themed smartwatch, the mythical Nintendo character, the protagonist of countless games, with...
    THIS is not Freedom Day as such, but it certainly starts with a capital “F”. Boris has totally screwed up the liberation he’s been promising for 16 miserable months. 2The PM and Chancellor Rishi Sunak were pinged and put on special measures to avoid self-isolation His vision of a life near-normal has been reduced in a flash to panic, pandemonium and a pingdemic shambles plunging many of us back into lockdown. The monstrous £40billion Track And Trace failure was exposed yesterday, as the PM and Chancellor Rishi Sunak were pinged and put on special measures to avoid self-isolation. Two hours later, in the fastest U-turn on record, both men opted to stay home and avoid a display of Hancock-sized hypocrisy. The absence of a PM and his Chancellor from front-line duty is a shocking admission of policy failure. For the rest of us, thanks to pingmania holidays are in chaos. Trains have stopped running. Shops and pubs have closed. Nissan and Rolls-Royce are at a standstill. Our crippled economy is sputtering just as it was about to take off. This...
    Amid the protests in Cuba, conservative pundit Ben Shapiro is likening Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to “Hannibal Lecter” and saying that “he is just wearing around” President “Joe Biden’s not particularly sentient face at this point.” “Shocking development that this administration has gotten as radical as it did,” said Shapiro sarcastically on his weekday podcast on Wednesday. “I mean, someone’s warning about it, someone’s warning that this is Bernie Sanders with Joe Biden’s face on it. That basically, this administration was Bernie Sanders is Hannibal Lecter and he is just wearing around Joe Biden’s not particularly sentient face at this point.” The conservative commentator chided the administration for, in his view, not sufficiently backing the Cuban protesters. “What sort of solid support has come from this administration for the Cuban dissenters so far. So far as I can see, none by the way,” he said. “By the way, just your update on Cuba, the Cuban forces are now arresting and unpersoning pretty much all of the dissenters who have been out in the streets.” Shapiro went on to denounce the...
    Former Republican South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley criticized Secretary of State Antony Blinken for asking the United Nations to investigate racism in the United States. Haley, who also previously served as U.S. ambassador to the U.N., called the move “insane” and “dangerous.” She argued that the United Nations should be focusing first on human rights abuses such as the Chinese Communist Party’s treatment of the Uyghur Muslim population or the government crackdown on freedom protesters in Cuba. (RELATED: ‘You Can’t Fix What You Can’t See’: Nikki Haley Says ‘Fear’ Is Keeping Harris, Biden Away From Border) WATCH: Fox News host Martha MacCallum asked Haley what she thought of reports that Blinken had invited the U.N. to assist in investigating racism in the United States. “First of all, I thought the Biden administration was extreme leftist. This is flat-out insane,” Haley began. “The idea that — you’ve got a million Muslim Uyghurs being tortured. You’ve got people being bullied and beaten in the streets of Cuba. You have Venezuelans that are arresting political protesters — all of which Biden...
    JORDAN HENDERSON has claimed ‘this is just the beginning’ for England while hailing his ‘courageous’ team-mates for stepping up take penalties. The brave Three Lions slipped to a painful Euro 2020 final defeat on the lottery of spot-kicks at the hands of Italy on Sunday night at Wembley. AP 3 Jordan Henderson has promised ‘this is just the beginning’ for England after their Euro 2020 final defeat Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed their efforts – sparking a barrage of sick, racist abuse on social media. But Liverpool captain Henderson was full of praise for his England team-mates and promised fans more is to come with the 2022 World Cup on the horizon. In a string of tweets, Henderson – who was subbed off in extra-time after only coming on in the second half himself – wrote: “Hurts even more this morning, this team deserved more. “Been incredible to be a part of this campaign and see the joy it’s brought fans around the country after a very tough 18 months or so. “We gave absolutely everything...
    In a Thursday appearance on “CNN Newsroom,” network medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen discussed her op-ed urging President Joe Biden and his administration to consider vaccine mandates. Wen, the former Baltimore Health Commissioner and former Planned Parenthood president, argued on CNN that mandating the vaccine “is not just about the individual” but “about our society.” She voiced her hope that the Biden administration would get “on board” with a more “societal approach.” “There is this narrative that the Biden administration and many others have been putting out, which is once you’re vaccinated, you’re fine,” Wen outlined. “And so, the natural conclusion from that is why would you care if others around you are vaccinated or not? If you’re protected, then why not let everybody else just do whatever they want? The fact, though, is that the unvaccinated also affect the vaccinated. If you are a vaccinated person, but you’re living among a lot of unvaccinated individuals … your chance of having a breakthrough infection increases. Your chance of infecting others around you who are unvaccinated also increases.” She continued, “By...
    Democrats should demand that President Joe Biden take the same cognitive test that was passed by his predecessor, Donald Trump’s former White House physician says. House Rep. Ronny Jackson, a Republican from Texas who was elected to Congress after serving as Trump's top White House doctor, thinks that Biden should be administered the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) to test for memory impairment, dementia, and other possible maladies. Biden, who is known for misspeaking and making verbal gaffes, has had his cognitive fitness questioned after mixing up the names of aides and colleagues while seeming to forget job titles and other details. During a news conference at last month's G7 summit meeting in the United Kingdom, Biden appeared to mix up Syria and Libya three times. House Rep. Ronny Jackson, a Republican from Texas who was elected to Congress after serving as former President Donald Trump's top White House doctor, thinks that President Biden should be administered the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) to test for memory impairment, dementia, and other possible maladies. Jackson is seen above on January 4 ...