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    CHRISTMAS might feel ages away, but if you're not too sure what to treat your boyfriend to, now's the time to start thinking about it. And if you're not feeling inspired? Don't worry, we've put together a list of the best Christmas gifts for boyfriends for you to look through. 25Looking for the perfect gift for your boyfriend?Credit: Alamy Maybe you're on a tight budget, but you still want to find him something extra-special. Or maybe you'd like to treat your boyfriend to something a little different, like an experience he'll never forget. Whether you're looking for something cute, fun, alcohol-related or even personalised, we've got it covered in our selection below. And if you want to save even more? Sign up to TopCashback and/or Quidco. These cashback sites will earn you money every time you shop with selected partners, so it's a great time to sign up and earn more. Don't forget to check out the Black Friday sales too, as the November shopping event is the perfect opportunity to bag a bargain. Here's our selection...
    THROUGHOUT the coronavirus pandemic we have all become familiar with the three main signs of infection. But experts have warned that these are likely to be different in the Omicron variant which has made its way to the UK in the last week. 2If you catch the new Omicron strain then it's likely you'll experience different symptoms to what the NHS has previously set outCredit: Getty So far 42 cases of the variant have been detected in the UK and Dr Jenny Harries, Chief Executive of UKHSA, said it is “very likely” more cases of the highly mutated strain Omicron will emerge. If you catch Omicron, or if you are a contact of someone who has caught it then you have to isolate for ten days, regardless of your vaccine status. But experts have said that Omicron could be hard to spot, as it might not be as obvious as previous strains. The NHS continues to say that a new persistent cough, a high temperature and a loss of taste and smell are the key symptoms of Covid-19. Professor Tim Spector, of...
    Priyanka Chopra and her husband Nick Jonas have been several thousands of miles apart for the past year. They have been separated due to their work schedules as she films the Amazon prime series Citadel in London and he tours with his brothers Kevin and Joe. This week the Indian-born star, 39, talked to Ladies First With Laura Brown about how she keeps the passion alive for their marriage of three years. Communication and espresso: Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas has revealed how she makes her three-year-old marriage with singer Nick Jonas work given their hectic professional schedules An espresso machine in the bedroom closet lots and communication is the key, said the Indian-born Chopra Jonas, 39, according to the star in an interview with Ladies First With Laura Brown  'It's very important to keep a check on the other person's heart,' she said. 'And how they're feeling, and prioritizing that,' the actress said on the Tuesday podcast. 'l have to say, my husband's amazing at doing that,' Chopra said. 'Like I said, this year was hard for me being in London....
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — You hear it all the time in sports — if only it hadn’t been for this, things would be different. It’s often a loser’s lament. It was, essentially, the story surrounding the 2021 Patriots through six weeks. If only Damien Harris didn’t fumble vs. Miami. If only Nick Folk’s field goal vs. Tampa went six inches to the right. If only they had gone for it on fourth down vs. Dallas or defended better on third-and-25 or if Mac didn’t throw that pick-six. If only Trent Brown was healthy. If only this, that, or the other thing, the Patriots could be 5-1. There was some truth to that line of thinking, obviously, but still, as we all know, you are what your record says you are. And reality showed that the Patriots did fumble, the defense did break down, the execution and play-calling was a little off. And so they were 2-4. What’s happened since has made them the rare case of a team actually proving those alternate-reality what-if scenarios to have been prophetic. They’ve won six straight games, turning...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Monday night, CBS kicks off its expansive lineup of festive programming with the beloved annual airing of the animated classic, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer.”  Below, is a list of festive programs that will air throughout the holiday season: READ MORE: Temple Student Dies In Off-Campus Shooting, University ConfirmsSunday, November 28, 2021: One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett And Lady Gaga, 8 p.m. Sunday, December 5, 2021: The 23rd Annual A Home For The Holidays At The Grove, 9:30 p.m. Saturday, December 11, 2021: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, 8 p.m, Frosty The Snowman, 9 p.m., Frosty Returns, 9:30 p.m. READ MORE: 2 Philadelphia Police Officers, Civilian Injured In North Philadelphia CrashSunday, December 12, 2021: A Christmas Proposal, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, December 19, 2021: Christmas Takes Flight, 8 p.m. Wednesday, December 22, 2021: The Price Is Right At Night, 8 p.m., The 44th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 9 p.m. Friday, December 24, 2021: A Holly Dolly Christmas, 8 p.m. MORE NEWS: Jalen Hurts, Eagles Can't Overcome Mistakes In Loss Against New York GiantsFriday, December 31, 2021:...
    A customer's groceries are rung up at a store in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Critical supply chains are choked off. Demand soars. Prices surge and everyone starts freaking out about inflation and wonder how long it will last. Is it 1945? 1916? 1974? The answer, of course, is all of the above, and you can throw 2021 in there as well. Inflation is not something new for the U.S. as the nation has weathered seven such episodes of lasting price surges since World War II including the current run, which is the strongest in 30 years. Getting out of the pandemic shock has been a difficult exercise for the world's largest economy, and inflation has been a painful side effect. But trying to find a historical parallel – and, thus, perhaps a way out – isn't easy. Virtually every cycle bears at least some similarities to others, but each is unique in its own way. The most common comparison to these days is the stagflation – low growth,...
    In this article ETSYDarin Mays makes wood tables and sells on Etsy. He sources locally and can quickly navigate supply headaches plaguing other retailers.Larry Falk | CNBCThis holiday season, Darin Mays isn't staring down labor challenges or supply chain woes like some of his big-box competitors, and sales are strong. The entrepreneur's Minneapolis-based business, Urban Wing, makes wood pole tables that can be used around patio heaters, umbrellas and basement poles. He sells the tables, along with sauna products, online and through Etsy's platform.  Mays decided to pursue his dream of owning his own business after leaving a career in health-care technology last year. His wife is his only employee.  "I source most of the product locally, which gives me an edge," Mays said. "But also as an inventor, I can design and manipulate products on the fly, so it's relatively easy to pivot." Having product available to sell has been an advantage. This month, sales are up some 900% compared with the same time last year, Mays said. He said he's sold more than 500 of his tables...
    A WIFE has lifted the lid on the strict marriage rules she has with her husband and it has divided opinion. TikTok user Brittney Rogers revealed that watching porn is banned in their relationship and they would never go to a bar without each other. 3TikTok user Brittney Rogers revealed the 'marriage rules' she has with her husbandCredit: TIKTOK 3She continued that she and her husband don’t watch porn or have friends of the opposite sex unless they are pals with both of themCredit: TIKTOK The woman, who posts under @brittneyrogers8, said: “Things that my husband and I do in our marriage that most people get ‘mad’ about.” Another rule they have is they split all payments and keep their finances separate. In a follow-up video, Brittney added that they “always let each other know where we are going” on a tracking app. She continued that she and her husband don’t have friends of the opposite sex unless they are pals with both of them. Her and her husband also always “ask permission” before making plans - but clarified this...
    Thousands of people are landing in the United States from South Africa every week, despite a new COVID-19 variant sparking such concern that Britain and Israel on Thursday effectively halted travel from the region. The variant is predominately found in Botswana - from where there are no direct flights to the U.S. - and also in neighboring South Africa. United Airlines currently fly direct from Johannesburg to New York City seven days a week, with the 16-hour flight leaving at 10pm and arriving at 7am in Newark. United also fly direct to New York City from Cape Town three times a week, on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. United flies Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, which can hold 290 people. Delta fly direct from Johannesburg to Atlanta on Saturday, Monday, and Thursday. They use Airbus A350-900, which can seat between 300 and 350 people. On Thursday Britain's health secretary, Sajid Javid sounded the alarm over what he termed the 'worst-ever' super-mutant COVID variant. A baby cries as her mother receives her Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19, in Diepsloot Township near Johannesburg, South Africa on...
    Hundreds of artifacts once used as offerings to the ancient Egyptian goddess of love and fertility have been uncovered in a 3,500-year-old garbage dump in Luxor. The ancient heap of trash was discovered by a team of Polish archaeologists excavating a temple for worshipping the goddess Hathor. The temple was recently discovered attached to the Temple of Hatshepsut, which was built into the cliffs of Deir el-Bahari. The trove of artifacts includes figurines painted a stunning blue color, along with cups, decorative plates, bowls and ceramic flasks with breast designs – all of which signified rebirth from the Land of the Dead. Scroll down for video  Hundreds of artifacts once used as offerings to the ancient Egyptian goddess of love and fertility have been uncovered in a 3,500-year-old garbage dump in Luxor. The trash pile was discovered when researchers were reconstructing a tomb inside the Temple of Hatshepsut. Dr Patryk Chudzik, excavation head at the Hatshepsut temple, from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw, told Arkeonews: 'We were afraid that the work we were doing...
    President Biden on Wednesday invited Taiwan to a democracy summit next month, a move that sent China into a rage.   The 'Summit for Democracy' will bring together developed democracies like France and Sweden, but also places where activists say democracy is 'under attack' like Poland, the Philippines and India.  The US does not formally recognize Taiwan's independence and China sees the island as a rogue territory of the Peoples' Republic of China.  China, which was left off the invite list, eviscerated Biden for the move, calling it a 'mistake' and accusing him of using democracy as a cover for oppression.  China's Foreign Ministry said it was 'firmly opposed' to the invite. President Biden on Wednesday invited Taiwan to a democracy summit next month, a move that sent China into a rage Biden sat down for a virtual summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping last week, where Taiwan was a key point of discussion 'U.S. actions only go to show democracy is just a cover and a tool for it to advance its geopolitical objectives, oppress other countries, divide the world...
    A quick glance at the fortunes of the Maxwell siblings and it is difficult not to think the nine children of tyrannical media mogul Robert Maxwell were cursed from the start. Most famous among them is his youngest - and favourite - Ghislaine, the disgraced socialite who is waiting to stand trial on a string of charges relating to the trafficking minors for her former lover Jeffrey Epstein.  Maxwell, who denies all charges, faces a maximum sentence of 80 years in prison if found guilty of abuse, procurement of young girls for Epstein and sex trafficking crimes dating back decades.  Her brother Ian, 65, the seventh of the nine Maxwell children, has been a vocal supporter of his sister and spoke out again this week in her defence, saying he believes the 'enormous amount of negative media coverage' of the case will 'poison' the jury against her. Ian has had his fair share of experience in court. In the 1990s, he and younger brother Kevin stood trial for their part in their father's £460 million Mirror Group pension fraud.  But...
    New York City has cut ties with one of the biggest homeless shelter operators in the city after it was revealed that the CEO collected more than $1million a year in salary while steering millions of dollars in business to other for-profit companies he headed.    Jack A Brown III, the Chief Executive Officer of CORE Services Group, received more than $352million in city funding to operate 15 homeless shelters and hotels around New York. However, a blockbuster investigation found that the 53-year-old Brown hired his unqualified relatives, redirected millions of dollars from his non-profit business towards his for-profit companies and collected a seven-figure salary, The New York Times reported.  Lame-duck Mayor Bill de Blasio, who had made fixing the city's homeless crisis one of his top priorities during his eight years in office, immediately cut ties with CORE. State finance officials confirmed that Brown, the highest-paid shelter operator in New York, showed 'a disturbing pattern of ethical violations'.    New York City has cut ties with CORE's CEO Jack A Brown III (pictured), 53, after it was revealed that he redirected six-figure funds from...
    The House Jan. 6th Committee on Monday subpoenaed longtime Donald Trump advisor Roger Stone and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones as it probes people who 'helped or had knowledge of the planning and financing' of the 'stop the steal' rally that preceded the Capitol riot.  The pre-Thanksgiving subpoenas came as the panel continues to cast a net to try to bring in witnesses and information, even as former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon battles in court after refusing to comply with an earlier subpoena. The Justice Department indicted Bannon this month after the House voted to hold him in contempt of Congress. 'The Select Committee is seeking information about the rallies and subsequent march to the Capitol that escalated into a violent mob attacking the Capitol and threatening our democracy,' said Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) in a statement. 'We need to know who organized, planned, paid for, and received funds related to those events, as well as what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress. We believe the witnesses we subpoenaed today have relevant information and...
    A Christian woman has gone viral for a pair of controversial videos in which she shares the very strict rules that she and her husband have in place for their marriage. California-based couple Bailey and Zac McPherson have been married for three years and have a one-and-a-half-year-old daughter, and Bailey says that they maintain their marriage by having firm rules governing who they can be friends with. But she admits that the rules make other people 'angry' — which is certainly the case, as one of her videos has been watched 2.1 million times and earned plenty of passionate comments.  Ground rules: Bailey McPherson has shared the rules that she and her husband, Zac, abide by to maintain their Christian marriage Everyone's a threat! They aren't allowed to have friends of the opposite sex or work spouses, nor can they text members of the opposite sex without the other knowing 'It's not a lack of trust thing so much as it's just a boundary of respect that we both feel is right for us,' Bailey insisted @bmcpher Part 1? ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿...
    Eleven U.S. Senate Democrats have called on President Joe Biden to do something about rising gas prices while also expressing support for policies that energy industry says are contributing to seven-year high costs at the pump, including oil and gas tax increases embedded in the Build Back Better Act. The 11 senators wrote this month that they support the president’s commitment to the development of “clean renewable energy” but “must ensure that Americans are able to afford to fill up their cars at the pump in the meantime.” The average cost for a gallon of gasoline Friday was $3.41 a gallon, according to AAA. That's $1.20 more a gallon than this time last year. Under the Trump administration, the U.S. led the world in oil production and was energy independent. Under the Biden administration, gas prices are the highest they’ve been since 2014 within eleven months of him taking office. In their home states, the Democratic senators write, “high gasoline prices have placed an undue burden on families and small businesses trying to make ends meet, and have proven especially...
    Kyle Rittenhouse is not a hero. He's an idiot. A deluded, naïve, dumb 17-year-old teenage kid with aspirations to be a wannabee Rambo. The fact he was able to arm himself with a semi-automatic AR-15 rifle is yet another example of the insanity of America's gun laws, or lack of them. But there is no doubting that he was legally able to do so. Just as he was legally permitted to defend himself with the gun when he came under attack from Black Lives Matter protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. That's why he walked free from court last Friday, and why the verdicts were the correct ones if you bother to study Wisconsin's unambiguous self-defense laws. You might not agree with those laws, just as I don't agree with Rittenhouse being able to carry such a weapon of war (Wisconsin state allows minors to possess shotguns and rifles so long as they're not short-barreled) when he's too young to buy a beer in the same state - but you can't deny they are the laws. Kyle Rittenhouse is not a hero....
    WOMEN REALLY do have each other's backs, and one way we do it is by getting other girls to test our guys. At least, that is what is happening on TikTok at the moment, women are asking others to do 'honey traps' on their partners online to catch them cheating. 2Emma shared the story on TikTok as she was so shocked by the outcomeCredit: TikTok / em_mac11 Emma Mac, 18, from Canada, uses her TikTok account, em_mac11, for that exact reason and women message her every day to get her to flirt with their partners and see if they take the bait. Although Emma often does loyalty tests, this one in particular really shocked Emma. She said the boy's girlfriend messaged her and asked for a loyalty test to be done as he was acting very secretive with his phone and they only meet up at her place now and she is suspecting he is cheating on her. Emma set to work and messaged the boyfriend on Instagram: "Hey I saw you on my suggestion you look so cute." His...
    Simu Liu engaged in a tit-for-tat battle with Bowen Yang over who could be the first Asian star to nab more accomplishments on this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live. Liu, 32, joked earlier in the broadcast that he was Marvel's 'first openly Chinese superhero' and also 'the first Chinese host on SNL… to be the fourth Chinese host on SNL.' In a pre-taped sketch set in Bowen's Dressing room, the Shang-Chi star tried to one-up the comedian for firsts. Must be first! Simu Liu engaged in a tit-for-tat battle with Bowen Yang over who could be the first Asian star to nab more accomplishments on this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live Bowen admitted he was nervous about doing the show. 'I mean, this has never happened before, right? Asian male host, Asian male cast member.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Saweetie shows off enviable assets in a TINY satin dress,... Saweetie showcases her ample assets as she leaves little to... Pete Davidson's SNL co-stars react to his new romance with... Billie...
    Jason Kessler, who organized the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally explicitly called it a "battle" and threatened "the cracking of skulls if it comes to it." As the “Unite the Right” trial entered its third week, it became abundantly clear that all the Nazis who are being sued have left to protect themselves is whichever fellow defendant they think is more reprehensible than themselves. That became abundantly clear after Monday’s proceedings wrapped up and Tuesday kicked into high gear, culminating in Chris “Crying Nazi” Cantwell taking the stand while also answering to himself. xCantwell: Hello Mr. Cantwell, good to see you again— Unicorn Riot (@UR_Ninja) November 16, 2021 In a trial filled with self-serving moments from Cantwell, Tuesday’s display certainly took the cake. He read from his own blog posts, played clips of unaired interviews that added little to his own case, and pulled up audio from his own podcast in what mostly felt like an attempt to promote his brand. Cantwell seemed to miss the many moments that pointed to his role in planning the “Unite the Right” rally and orchestrating some...
    KYLIAN MBAPPE became the 12th player to receive a 10/10 rating from L'Equipe after his four-goal haul for France on Saturday. The 22-year-old netted a first half hat-trick and then added another in the second period as the world champions destroyed Kazakhstan 8-0 to book their place in Qatar. 8Mbappe became the 12th player to receive a perfect rating from L'EquipeCredit: Getty His sensational performance, which came on his 52nd appearance for the national team, was the first perfect rating L'Equipe have handed out since 2019. But who are the other 11 players to have achieved this unique feat? Here we look at all of those special performances from L'Equipe's elite archive. Franck Sauzee (1988) Franck Sauzee was the first player to receive a perfect 10/10 rating from L'Equipe way back in 1988. The former French international earned the review for his performance against Greece Under 21s. JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Jesse Lingard could leave for £10m...
    New York (CNN Business)Cryptocurrencies have hit new all-time highs this month as they become more appealing to mainstream investors.Bitcoin, the most popular digital currency, soared to a new all-time high of nearly $70,000 per coin this week. It has climbed almost 125% this year, while the good old S&P 500 (SPX) is up less than 24%.The first Bitcoin ETF started trading last month, allowing investors to get in on the crypto craze without actually buying the currencies outright.Clearly, the crypto craze is here to stay. But there are big questions about what kind of regulation might be in the works for the asset class. And even some of Wall Street's biggest names, most notably JPMorgan (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon, remain skeptical of cryptos' staying power.For investors new to the space, the myriad of coins can be daunting. Here's an overview of the five biggest cryptocurrencies.Read MoreBitcoinBitcoin has always been the biggest player in the cryptoverse, and is now worth more than $1.2 trillion in market capitalization, according to CoinMarketCap.Its new all-time high makes it more than 10 times more valuable...
    ROHNERT PARK — Just six weeks after a federal grand jury indicted two ex-Rohnert Park policemen on charges of extorting marijuana couriers and posing as federal agents, there may be good news on the horizon for one and bad news for the other. At a Nov. 3 court hearing for defendants Brendan Jacy Tatum and Joseph Huffaker, federal prosecutors revealed that they have extended a plea offer to Tatum and expect him to enter a guilty plea to at least one federal offense. Huffaker, meanwhile, may soon be charged with even more federal crimes than those he already faces — he is already looking at a potential decades-long prison term if convicted. Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Frey didn’t describe the nature of the plea deal at the hearing, nor did she say what the potential charges would be. She said the new allegations against Huffaker came from documents “we obtained recently.” “We expect to provide sort of a final sweep, we believe, of records shortly … Some of the additional documents that the government believes may lead to additional charges...
    A video of a seven-year-old American football player has swept the internet after he used knocked off five opponents before scoring an epic touchdown.   Choyce Brown busted loose on the field in McCalla, Alabama, last weekend.  The video was captured by a family friend, Jay Johnson, who was watching some United Youth Football Of Alabama playoff games. Playing for the Hueytown Jaguars, Brown bust loose, leaving opposing defenders strewn all over the field as he rushes for the end zone to get some points on the board for his team. Brown appears to slow down and shift his direction to show some trickery against some of the opposition players — rather than just scoring a basic touchdown. He can be seen shoving five out of the way, with the third player sent down seen making a valiant - but ultimately unsuccessful - attempt to push back.   NFL rules allow players to make contact their arms when less than five years away from rivals - with the video sparking anger among those who say that rule should be banned.   A highlight...
    Health officials in Germany are warning young people not to get the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine due to the risk of rare heart inflammation. The German Standing Committee on Vaccination (STIKO) said on Wednesday that people under age 30 who receive the Moderna jab are at an increased risk of developing myocarditis, and instead recommend opting for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The same recommendation was made for pregnant women in Germany as well. Data from the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), a German medical regulator body, shows the increased risk of heart inflammation is more than doubled among Moderna recipients. Germany is now the seventh European nation to take this type of action due to concerns about the jab's side effects in young adults. Germany's advisory committee has recommended people under age 30 not get the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (pictured), and instead opt for the Pfizer jab. Six other European nations have taken similar action in recent weeks Concerns about the Moderna vaccine causing myocarditis, and particularly in young males, have been raised worldwide in recent weeks. Pictured: A boy in Kiel, Germany, received a...
    EARLY to bed, early to rise types have been getting it wrong for all these years But night owls are not doing much better. Hitting the sack between 10pm and 11pm is optimum for your health, according to research. 7Go to bed between 10pm and 11pm, as it is your sleep sweet spotCredit: Getty 7The best time to weigh yourself is first thing in the morning, around 6amCredit: Getty A recent study, based on data from more than 88,000 participants of database UK Biobank, says those who go to bed at 10pm or shortly after are less likely to develop cardiovascular disease compared with those who fall asleep earlier or later. But what about the rest of your daily routine? If you want to keep firing on all cylinders there is a prime time to exercise, drink coffee, and eat dinner. Here we reveal how to structure your day according to scientific research. WEIGH-IN: 6am The best time to weigh yourself is first thing in the morning, just after you’ve emptied your bladder, because you haven’t consumed any...
    Twitter officially rolled out its subscription service called Twitter Blue on Tuesday in the U.S. that charges users $2.99 monthly fee to access exclusive features – but many users do not seem wiling to pay extra for the social media platform. More than 170,000 tweets discussing Twitter Blue are floating around the platform, with a majority bashing the subscription service – including one user threatened to block others who pay for monthly fee. Many note that such features, like Undoing a Tweet or posting longer videos should already be available and at no extra cost. The most exciting feature seems to be the Undo Tweet that lets users edit a tweet before it goes live - a timer for up to 30 minutes can be set in which allows users to make changes to their post. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, however, has said in the past that it is technologically impossible to add an edit button and that this feature would ruin ‘the vibe’ of Twitter’s original design. Twitter users @m_no1111 shared their thoughts on the Twitter Blue roll out, tweeting:...
    Sabre-toothed mammals the size of bears that lived on Earth between 300 and 250 million years ago attacked one another by biting the face, newly published research shows. Known as gorgonopsians, these massive animals — which had five-inch teeth like 'steak knives' — likely attacked one another for social dominance, the researchers said.   The experts, hailing from the University of the Witwatersrand and Iziko South African Museum analyzed the skull of a gorgonopsian discovered new Cape Town, South Africa and discovered an embedded tooth in the snout.  The researchers are not 100 percent of the attacker, but the 'most likely scenario' is some kind of social signaling with their 'saber-like teeth,' the researchers wrote in the study.  Gorgonopsians attacked one another by biting the face of one another, according to a news study 'The practice of social biting has long been hypothesized in [non-mammalian therapsids], but this is the first fossilized evidence of the behavior to be described.' The skull was first discovered in the Karoo desert in 1940 by South African paleontologist Lieuwe Dirk Boonstra, but the bite...
    NASA announced on Wednesday that it will send an ice-mining experiment to the moon's south pole, set to head into orbit late next year. The mission will head to a ridge close to the Shackleton crater by late 2022, an area where NASA engineers and scientists believe could have ice below the surface.  This region, which has been studied for 'months,' gets enough sunlight to power a lander for a 10-day mission, while still being in a clear line of sight for communications. Scroll down for video  It will be the first time resources are found and extracted on the moon, which could help NASA establish a presence in space, particularly for the upcoming Artemis missions.  NASA is working with Intuitive Machines, the agency's partner for commercial deliveries to the moon, on the mission. It will use Intuitive's Nova-C lander. NASA will send an ice-mining experiment to the moon's south pole, scheduled for late 2022, using Intuitive Machine's Nova -C lander (pictured) The mission will head to a ridge close to the Shackleton crater (pictured) by late 2022, an area...
    A breastfeeding mother whose six-month-old daughter only likes to nurse from her right breast has revealed how her child's preferential treatment has left her with a totally lopsided chest - causing the favored boob to swell up and get hard, while the other looks like it has 'disappeared'.   Abbie Herbert, 25, opened up about the unique parenting problem in a now-viral TikTok video, where she jokingly pointed out that ending up with a wonky chest was not something she'd ever thought she would need to think about when it came to motherhood.   The proud mother and influencer welcomed her baby girl Poppy in May 2021 - and soon after, began to realize that her daughter had become very 'particular' about only nursing from her right breast.     Naturally, just like any new mom, she wanted to make her daughter happy, so she let her eat from the ride breast only. But when it started to grow much larger than the other, she was certainly in for a shock. Abbie Herbert, 25, let her baby eat from only her right boob, and...
    Roku is removing a loophole used by porn providers to target users on the streaming platform despite Roku's stance on banning the graphic content. The ban, slated to happen on March 1, 2022, will block the world’s largest porn site, Pornhub, and similar services from offering their channels on the platform. Porn services appear as private channels, which are also used by developers for testing purposes, allowing them to bypass approval needed to display channels in the Roku store to users. However, Roku announced last month that it is removing the private channels and replacing them with beta channels that lets developers test with up to 20 users before publishing.   This is set to happen on March 1, 2022 and will block the world’s largest porn site, Pornhub, and similar services from offering their channels on the platform The company held its annual developer conference last month where it announced new processes on how it will handle channels on its Channel Store going forward, but the under-the-radar-change was first reported by Protocol earlier this week.  A Roku spokesperson told DailyMail.com: 'At our annual...
    Voters in multiple states across the country are heading to the polls on Tuesday, and while most contests aren't seeing the same high-profile coverage as Virginia's gubernatorial election, the various races could have implications for state and even national politics going into the 2022 midterm cycle. In New Jersey, incumbent Democratic Governor Phil Murphy is defending his seat against a GOP challenger while New York City is voting in a new mayor as Bill De Blasio ends his second term at the end of this year.       Minneapolis, a city still shaken by George Floyd's murder, will vote on whether to disband its police department and create a new public safety agency. Ohio's 11th and 15th districts have general elections for open House seats - one in a blue-leaning area and the other won by Donald Trump in 2020 - though Democrats are hoping for a major upset to add to their majority in Congress.  And national conservative groups are pouring money into an unlikely area - local school board races - hoping to capitalize on frustration over pandemic-related closures, mask...
    HOLLY Willoughby has issued a stark warning to “paper doll” celebrities who all look alike.  In the This Morning presenter’s new book she warns that excessive surgery is turning people into a “monstrous kind of creation”. 14Holly has spoken out about embracing natural beauty in her new book ReflectionsCredit: Getty 14Holly has spoken out about 'paper dolls' who look 'the same way' Holly writes in her memoir Reflections: "If you can’t love your wonky teeth, if you can’t love your nose that may not be a perfect kind of little tiny button nose that someone’s had surgically reduced, if you can’t embrace your individuality and those bits of you, how can you embrace that in other people? “All you’re going to do is feed into this monstrous kind of creation of this kind of paper-doll society of everybody coming out looking the same way.” Thanks to filters and filler, hair styles and smiles, celebrities are morphing into carbon copies of one another - we take a look.  Billie Faiers Mummy Diaries star Billie claims she and sister Sam have never...
    Virginia's deadlocked gubernatorial battle between former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin is firmly in the national spotlight. The commonwealth, a one-time general election battleground that’s still very competitive between the two major parties, is one of only two states that hold races for governor in the year after a presidential election, guaranteeing outsized attention from coast to coast. And the state’s gubernatorial contest is seen as a key barometer ahead of next year’s midterm elections, when the Democrats will be defending their razor-thin margins in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. "On Tuesday, people will be looking at it as a bellwether of what is to come," Rep. James Clyburn of South Carolina, the number-three House Democrat, said last weekend as he campaigned with McAuliffe. THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT VIRGINIA'S CLOSELY WATCHED GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION The latest polls indicate a margin-of-error race between McAuliffe and Youngkin, a first-time candidate and former private equity CEO, in a state that President Biden carried by 10 points last November and where Republicans haven’t won statewide in a dozen...
    Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images A new Marist poll shows the percentage of Democrats and Democratic-leaning Americans who do not want President Joe Biden to be the nominee in 2024 is higher than those who do. Forty-four percent of these respondents say someone other than Biden has the best chance to win in 2024. Just 36% said Biden has a better chance, while 20% are unsure. Meanwhile, 50% of Republican and Republican-leaning voters said Trump gives the GOP the best chance to win in 2024. Thirty-five percent said the party should nominate someone else, while 14% are unsure. The numbers are troubling for Biden, who has seen his overall approval rating sink to the low forties. In the Marist poll, his approval rating among all respondents was just 44%, with 49% disapproving of the way he’s handling the presidency. That tracks with a recent NBC News survey that had Biden at a 42% approval rating. Respondents were also asked about election integrity. Sixty-two percent of Americans say they will trust the results of the 2024 presidential election even if their preferred...
    THIS is the shocking moment a dad accidentally ran over his one-year-old son when the tot chased his pickup car. The lucky boy was able to escape with just a scratch on his knee thanks to other motorists who beeped their horns to get the drivers attention. 3The dad had not seen his son chasing the truckCredit: Newsflash 3Luckily the boy escaped with just a scratchCredit: Newsflash And now his relieved dad wants to warn other parents to be extremely careful when unparking. The incident happened on Saturday in the city of Arapiraca, Brazil and was captured by CCTV. Nail-biting footage shows the moment businessman Silvio Araujo, 35, drives out of his garage not realising his little son Arthur is running in front of the vehicle. The dad can be seen reversing and then heading forward knocking down the boy to the ground. Luckily he is able to stop the truck just inches away before running him over thanks to other drivers honking their horns. The boy's mum can be seen rushing to pick him up...
    CLOSE to 4.9 million people in the UK are currently living with diabetes - with around 90 per cent of those people suffering with type 2. Many people have the illness without realising it as some of the symptoms don't usually make you unwell. 1Experts say you should pay close attention to your hands as they could help you spot type 2 diabetes Type 2 diabetes develops when the insulin-producing cells in the body are unable to produce enough insulin - it can also be triggered when the insulin that is produced doesn’t work properly It might seem like a strange place to have symptoms, but your hands could actually be a key indicator in diagnosing type 2 diabetes. Experts say there are a few signs to look out for in your hands and that you should be paying special attention to your fingernails. One expert said that any illnesses can present themselves through your finger nails. Elizabeth Salada, from Diabetes UK, said: "A slight blush at the bottom of the nail can be a symptom of diabetes." "You always...
    WHEN mum Debra Kilby lost her daughter 16 weeks into her pregnancy, she was devastated. But six weeks after baby Rosa’s funeral, Debra had a vision which changed her life. Debra Kilby 3 Debra with a scan of her daughter Rosa and a special painting for her. Debra says: “Losing my daughter Rosa at 16 weeks of pregnancy has been the greatest gift I’ve ever received. “Of course, at the time this was as far from what I was feeling as you can possibly imagine.” Now a trained counsellor and baby medium, she has gone on to help hundreds of mums from all over the world connect with and ‘see’ their babies like she did with her daughter. Debra, 51, from Tooting, south London, discovered she was pregnant with Rosa in August 2010. She and husband, Lee, 44, a mental health support worker, were over-the-moon at what they hoped would be their rainbow baby. They had their first child, Max, in 2007, but suffered three miscarriages afterwards. Debra says: “I fell pregnant nine months after...
    Greg Blatt, the former CEO of Tinder, valued the popular dating app at nearly $12billion in 2016, a year before he allegedly schemed to devalue the company to just $3billion to cheat them out of billions of dollars in stock options, according to internal emails obtained by DailyMail.com. A group of former employees, including co-founder Sean Rad, will be using those emails from 2016 in an upcoming trial to try to prove Blatt intentionally lowballed the value in 2017, denying banks information they needed to make an accurate assessment.  The $2billion Tinder valuation case, filed in 2018 against the company and its corporate parents, Match Group and IAC, is finally set to go to trial next month in New York Supreme Court.  Internal emails show former Tinder CEO Greg Blatt (pictured in red tie with founder Sean Rad, second from right) had initially projected the company's value at nearly $12billion The emails, obtained by DailyMail.com, show Blatt emailed colleagues on January 6, 2016 requesting a four-page PowerPoint 'that helps us sell prospective execs on the future valuation of Tinder' But...
    A new whistleblower affidavit submitted by a former Facebook employee accuses the social media giant of prioritizing profits over their due diligence to combat hate speech, misinformation and other threats to the public.  The new allegations, submitted anonymously under penalty of perjury, echoed the claims made by fellow whistleblower Frances Haugen, who delivered a scathing testimony before Congress earlier this month on Facebook's moral failings. In the most dramatic line of the affidavit, the former employee anguished over Facebook's inability to act quickly to help curb racial killings in Myanmar in 2017 as military officials used the site to spread hate speech.  'I, working for Facebook, bad been a party to genocide,' the whistleblower wrote.   The new allegations come after whistleblower Frances Haugen, pictured, testified before Congress earlier this month over Facebook's failings The anonymous whistleblower accused one of Facebook's  top communication officials, Tucker Bounds, pictured, of brushing aside an employee's concern of misinformation Building on Haugen's statements, the anonymous whistleblower, who worked on Facebook's Integrity Team, also shared a story about a top company official brushing aside worries of...
    (CNN)The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has weighed in with the latest word on booster vaccines and drugstores have already started advertising their supply.Any of the three authorized vaccines in the US -- Pfizer/BioNTech's, Moderna's or the Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine -- may be used for a booster dose for eligible people.But it's not a complete free-for all. Here are some things to know:Can anyone get a booster now?There are not any booster police, but the CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration have set some eligibility requirements around who should be seeking booster shots.Read MorePeople who got a Pfizer or Moderna series of two shots six months ago or longer may consider getting a booster if they are also:• 65 or older.• At risk of severe Covid-19 from a breakthrough infection because of a medical condition such as diabetes, kidney disease or pregnancy.• At risk because of living conditions or work, so people who work in healthcare, frontline healthcare workers, people living in shelters or incarcerated people.Moderna's vaccine is given as a half dose for...
    Some species of carnivores, like bears, wild cats and civets may actually avoid each other in an effort to conserve resources and survive, a new study suggests. A group of researchers, led by those at Japan's Hiroshima University, looked at nine species (a bear, three different civets, two wild cats, a skunk, a mustelid and a linsang) over a span of more than three years at different sites in Borneo, the third largest island in the world. They found that six of the nocturnal species — three different civets, one wild cats, a skunk, and the linsang — had some overlaps in activity. One of the wild cats and the mustelid (in this case, a smoot otter) preferred rummaging during the day time. Conversely, the bear was active throughout the day, regardless of time. From upper left to lower right: Sun bear, Marbled cat, Flat-headed cat, Smooth otters, Yellow-throated marten, Banded linsang, Binturong, Common palm civet, Malay civet. Some carnivores like bears, wild cats and civets may avoid each other to conserve resources and survive. Experts looked at 9 species...
    The team behind the QI quiz show has been at it again, compiling a book of intriguing facts and incredible answers to some of life’s most head-scratching questions... The Abba museum in Stockholm has a piano that is linked to band member Benny Andersson’s home. Whenever he sits down to practise, it plays what he’s playing. You have to use an artificial Christmas tree for 20 years before it becomes more environmentally friendly than a locally sourced real one. The oldest-known artificial tree still in use was bought in 1886. Ants can count — in fact, they find their way home by counting their steps to a food source and back again. Scientists attached tiny stilts (made out of pig hair bristles) to a group of ants’ legs after they’d set off in search of food. They found the ants with extended legs overshot their nests on the return journey, revealing they have an internal pedometer to help them get around. When in London, Queen Louise of Sweden (who was also the Duke of Edinburgh’s aunt) always carried a card...
    MAYA Millete's husband was convinced she was having an affair and "wanted to get the other man" - as her getaway plan was revealed in arrest documents. The Sun exclusively obtained Larry Millete's Declaration in Support of the Arrest Warrant, which detailed the allegations against Maya's husband, who was arrested yesterday - ten months after the mom-of-three vanished. 6Maya Millete's getaway plan from her husband was revealed in arrest documentsCredit: Facebook 6Larry Millete was convinced his wife was having an affair and "wanted to get the other man" according to court documents reviewed by The SunCredit: Family handout MAYA PLANNED TO LEAVE LARRY Maya, 39, mysteriously disappeared in Chula Vista, California back on January 7 - the same day she scheduled a meeting with a divorce attorney for the following week and had taken steps to "physically and legally separate" from Larry. The report described how Millete allegedly became increasingly "stalker-like" towards his wife as he monitored her movements, looked up spells to hex and incapacitate her, and took an interest in poisonous plants. The declaration read: "During the initial...
    THEY'RE are a few ways you can get around the Snapchat feature which informs someone if you've screenshot a message or image. We've rounded a few of them up and it's worth considering that someone could easily do this to you. 1There are ways to screenshot a Snapchat message without informing the senderCredit: Getty - Contributor Use another device This technically isn't a 'screenshot' but if you have another device that can take pictures, like an iPad or your friend's phone, you can take a photo of a message or image that you've been sent on Snapchat. The quality might not be great but the sender definitely won't know you've taken the photo. Screenshot then instantly uninstall This method isn't for everyone, especially Snapchat addicts. Most read in TechTECH BOOK CLOSED Facebook ‘will change its name NEXT week’ after company slammed as ‘toxic’SiOS Warning to update iPhone NOW - here's how to protect your cell from vulnerabilityNOT EXCEL-LENT Have you opened an Excel document recently? You may have been hackedINBOX BLITZ Warning to delete these Gmail & Outlook emails NOW...
    Kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart has told of her heartbreak after van-like blogger Gabby Petito was found dead, and spoke of her concern that many missing women like her may never be found. Smart was kidnapped in 2002 when she was 14, and held for nine months by street preacher Brian David Mitchell and his wife. But she told Jada Pinkett Smith on Facebook Watch's Red Table Talk show that she had been terrified at the idea that she might be killed and her body never found by her parents. 'In Gabby's case in particular, I mean, I was alive, and I came home, and hers tragically has not ended that way,' said Smart, who is now an activist for victims' rights.  'But knowing what it's like being on the other side and potentially what may have happened and what may have led up to her final moments, and understanding probably a lot of what she was feeling, it's heartbreaking.'  Smart said she remembered that when she was kidnapped by Mitchell in 2002, she was concerned that her body would not be found....
    Two New York City officers are off the force after they were caught accepting thousands of dollars to drive 'high-end hookers' to and from hotel liaisons in an elaborate sting where fellow cops posed as prostitutes, NYPD officials said. Officers Thomas Diorio and Michael Sardone drove the undercover escorts around the city to meet 'johns' at hotels between April 9 and May 14, according to internal disciplinary records. The pair allegedly accepted $8,000 in total, $4,000 for the first round trip and $2,000 each for the next two.  Diorio, a 21-year department veteran, was fired on August 21, while Sardone, who joined the force in 2011, retired amid the investigation. It is unclear if they will face criminal charges. The New York City Police Pension Fund did not immediately respond to questions from DailyMail.com about their pension status. Officer Michael Sardone filed for retirement in July as the NYPD investigated him for taking thousands of dollars in exchange for driving around undercover cops posing as hookers Sardone was a youth coordination officer supposed to 'act as a role model to our...