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    Kristin Davis cut a chic figure in a white Chanel jacket overt a black outfit when she was seen early on Tuesday morning in New York City. The brunette beauty was on the Today show where she promoted her new HBOMax series And Just Like That... which is a revival of the popular Sex And The City show which aired from 1998 until 2004. During her sit down, the 56-year-old star shared that Kim Cattrall's absence from And Just Like That... will be addressed on the series.   Talking shop: Kristin Davis was on the Today show on Tuesday to promote her new series And Just Like That... which is a revival of the popular Sex And The City show Why is Kim missing? During her sit down, the 56-year-old star shared that Kim Cattrall's absence from And Just Like That... will be addressed on the series. From left, Kristin, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim and Cynthia Nixon on Sex And The City in the late Nineties Still a beauty: Kim seen at the SCAD aTVfest 2020  for her show Filthy Rich in 2020...
    Bali property prices have plummeted by up to 50 per cent with a 14-bedroom home going for as low as $540,000. The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the property market hard and sent house prices tumbling to historic lows. Luxury homes with resort-style pools and views of the beach are being sold for 30 to 50 per cent lower than the asking price during pre-Covid-19. The bargains come with one catch: buyers must purchase the property sight unseen, The West Australian reported. Luxury homes with resort-style pools and views of the beach are being sold for 30 to 50 per cent lower than the asking price during pre-Covid-19 (pictured, a four-bedroom villa at Ulawata Beach is currently going for $340,000 - down from $440,000 the year before) White-coated brick walls, pristine tiled floors and luxurious bedroom inside the property at Ulawata Beach Indonesia Ray White real estate chief executive Johann Boyke Nurtanio said the pandemic and border closures had driven down demand and dragged down the prices with it. 'What happened in the past year is that Indonesians are the ones...
    New York (CNN Business)President Biden and Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell are committed to fighting inflation. But the two may face an uphill battle bringing consumer prices down due to a factor that many experts may not be pricing into the economic picture: the rise of ESG investing. Investors have increasingly been looking to back companies that support sustainable environmental, social and governance practices. But some may be ignoring the impact the so-called "greenification" of the global economy is having on inflation, according to a recent report by Seema Shah, chief global strategist at Principal Global Investors, an asset management firm. She called the phenomenon "en-flation."Shah said that the increased focus by big businesses and governments on cleaner environmental policies could be inflationary in the short-term. "I can't see a reason why the Fed will not acknowledge the 'E' in its inflation outlook for much longer," Shah said in an interview with CNN Business. "We will see more central banks consider climate change, and I suspect the Fed will do so, too. The green movement is not going away."So what...
    JILL, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna Duggar are heading to trial for their “emotional distress” lawsuit over their brother’s molestation scandal just days after his child pornography court war, The Sun can exclusively reveal. In 2015, a 33-page Arkansas police report was released to the public, claiming Jim Bob confessed to local authorities that his eldest son Josh fondled the breasts and genitals of young girls while they were asleep in the Duggar family home back in 2006.  5Joy-Anna, Jinger, Jessa and Jill are heading to trial over their brother Josh's molestation scandalCredit: Instagram 5The trial comes just days after Josh's child pornography court warCredit: AP His younger sisters Jill, 30, and Jessa, 29, came forward as two of the victims in an interview with Megyn Kelly, where they insisted they had forgiven Josh, who was never charged, for his sins. In May 2017, Jill and Jessa sued the City of Springdale, police department employees and other Defendants for invasion of privacy and more, claiming releasing the records caused "extreme mental anguish and emotional distress.”  Sisters Jinger, 27, and Joy-Anna, 24, are also suing, though they have not...
    Q: Last night, we once again lost out to homebuyers in a multiple-offer situation. What is infuriating is that we were not allowed an opportunity to better our purchase offer after its presentation. In each case, our buyer’s agent presents our purchase offer, and within hours, learns that the property is under contract with someone else. Our buyer’s agent insists that we should have received an oral or written counteroffer before the home went under contract. In other words, our buyer’s agent says we should have received a phone call or counteroffer opportunity to “change price, terms or conditions that best suit the seller’s needs.” Regardless, after presenting last night’s offer, our buyer’s agent proactively had our loan officer call the seller’s agent and leave a voicemail lauding our qualification. Another 15 minutes later, our buyer’s agent called the seller’s agent and raised our offer price $20,000 by way of voicemail. Minutes later, our buyer’s agent received a rejection of our offer. Something is amiss. Why are we not getting oral or written counteroffers as our buyer’s agent insists is...
      The first lawsuit was recently filed over the shooting incident on the set of the infamous Alec Baldwin western “Rust” that took the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza. Law&Crime founder Dan Abrams took issue with the claims made by Serge Svetnoy, the chief lighting technician and electrician, also known as a gaffer in Hollywood nomenclature, during a Wednesday segment on Abrams’ NewsNation television program Dan Abrams Live. “This lawsuit is not about his desire to make money at all,” the gaffer’s attorney Gary Dordick said at a press conference announcing the litigation–which names several defendants involved with the movie’s production. “This lawsuit is to bring awareness to a problem and to prevent it in the future. This lawsuit is to make these kinds of unsafe conditions that happen too much on movie sets stop now.” The lawsuit alleges the following: [Svetnoy] felt a strange and terrifying whoosh of what felt like pressurized air from his right. He felt what he believed was gunpowder and other residual materials from the gun directly strike the right side of his...
    7 Months! See Hilary Duff and Matthew Komas Daughter Maes Baby Album U.S. consumer sentiment remains near pandemic lows as inflation expectations hit 13-year high © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bengals have gotten off to their best start in years, sliding into first place in the AFC North with last week’s 41-17 victory over the Ravens. Cincinnati put up 520 yards of offense in the contest, averaging 8.3 yards per play. And Cincinnati’s defense effectively contained Lamar Jackson. While he led Baltimore with 88 yards rushing, Jackson completed just 48.4 percent of his passes for 257 yards with a touchdown. It was clearly the Bengals’ best performance of the season. But according to running back Joe Mixon, there’s a better level of play Cincinnati can reach. “We haven’t had a complete game and we’re getting better each and every week,” Mixon said, via Geoff Hobson of the team’s website. “I think a perfect game is going to come. Really, at the end of the day, we’re heating up....
    Chris Magnus testifies at a Senate Finance Committee hearing on his nomination to be the next US Customs and Border Protection Commissioner on Capitol Hill.Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.While today’s confirmation hearing for President Joe Biden’s pick to lead Customs and Border Protection didn’t produce fireworks, it was notable in at least one aspect: The Biden administration is still firmly committed to the controversial Trump-era policy that has essentially closed the border to migrants and asylum seekers for almost two years. “Do you believe it’s necessary to maintain the Title 42 public health expulsion order at the border?” Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) asked the nominee, Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus, on Tuesday.  “I think it’s absolutely imperative that we do everything possible to stop the spread of COVID.” “As a paramedic for 10 years, public health has always been one of my top concerns, and because of that I think it’s absolutely imperative that we do everything possible to stop the spread of COVID,” Magnus...
    A MUM said she won’t potty train her 14-month-old son until he asks to use the toilet - some say it’s neglect, but others think it’s a great idea.  Mum and influencer Alice has gone viral several times for her unique parenting style: she has said she thinks baby formula should be illegal,  she refuses to put sunscreen on her baby, and she lets her child eat sand. 3Mum Alice revealed that she won't be potty training her son FernCredit: TikTok/@comingupfern 3Instead the mum says she will wait for Fern to ask to use the toiletCredit: TikTok/@comingupfern She’s gone viral again for her approach to potty training - she doesn’t plan to toilet train her son at all. A commenter asked: “When and how do you plan to potty train Fern? My son is 22 months and I don’t feel he’s ready. I think we’re just going to follow his lead!” The mum replied: “We aren’t going to potty train him at all. When he asks to use the toilet we’ll show him how.” The clip racked up 39,000 likes,...
    Alex Murdaugh's attorney made a desperate attempt to clear his name on Friday in a bizarre interview where he said his client knows he is going to prison for financial crimes, did 'stupid, illegal things' because he is a drug addict - but insisted he is not behind his wife and son's murders.  Murdaugh, the 53-year-old patriarch of a South Carolina dynasty family, was arrested in Florida earlier this week after being released from rehab.  He has been charged with stealing $4.3million from the kids of his housekeeper - Gloria Satterfield, 57, who died after a mysterious fall at their home in 2018.  He is also being considered a person of interest in the June murders of his wife Maggie and 22-year-old son Paul, who were found shot dead in an 'execution' style killing at the family property, but he has not been charged in their deaths.  On Friday, his attorney Dick Harpootlan appeared on Good Morning America in an effort to dispel what he called 'hysterical theories' about his client and paint him as a desperate, drug addict - but not...
    YOU thought you couldn’t love Primark anymore than you already do but that’s all about to change. We all love Primark for it’s reasonably-priced clothing, shoes, bag and beauty bits - but now Primark have upped their home collection and fans are going crazy for it. 3TikTok users have urged people to run to their local PrimarkCredit: TikTok/@_emilylawley_ Primark have expanded its home and lifestyle range with a new, budget-friendly furniture collection that is absolutely gorgeous. The retailer has announced that they are taking steps to enhance and improve their customer experience by expanding the Primark home and lifestyle product range. The retail giant has introduced 18 beautifully designed brand-new pieces of furniture to its stores - including chairs, shelves, and sideboards, in addition to accessories such as mirrors, rugs, wall art, lights, and lamp shades. The budget-friendly range has been designed with all of the latest interior design trends in mind, with prices starting at just 60p for candles and £4 for furniture. Included in the new range is a selection of rugs costing just £25 each. There are...
    As the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, your biggest rival is the Chicago Bears. After losing the first game of the 2021 NFL season, Aaron Rodgers has led the Packers to four straight victories, including a 25-22 nail-biter over the Bengals in Cincinnati last week. Next up, Rodgers will lead the Packers to the Windy City to face rookie quarterback Justin Fields and the Bears. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Sep 26, 2021; Santa Clara, California, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) jogs towards the locker room after the Packers defeated the San Francisco 49ers 30-28 at Levi's Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports) Rodgers and the Packers had a drama-filled offseason, and many thought that the future Hall of Famer was going to hang up his cleats or demand a trade to another organization. Simply put, Rodgers’ time in Green Bay was hanging on by a thread. During a press conference on Wednesday, Rodgers was asked if he could ever see himself playing for the Bears if...
    Instagram, Facebook and Messenger have gone down for some users for the second time in a week. The Friday outage occurs just days after the social networking giant bungled a server update that led to a global outage for more than seven hours. According to Down Detector, which tracks whether internet services are functioning normally, more than 30,000 people reported an Instagram outage just shortly after 2 p.m. EST. A smaller number of people reported a Facebook outage, though the reports came also came in at 2 p.m. EST. Facebook Messenger did not appear to be as widely affected, with slightly more than 800 people reporting outages.  Instagram, Facebook & Facebook have gone down for the second time this week According to Down Detector, more than 30,000 people reported an Instagram outage just shortly after 2 p.m. EST. A smaller number of people reported a Facebook outage, approximately 3,000, though the reports came also came in at 2 p.m. EST Facebook Messenger did not appear to be as widely affected, with slightly more than 800 people reporting outages DailyMail.com has...
    A polka-dot dress that looks strikingly similar to a high-end designer style worn by the likes of Kate Middleton and Ivanka Trump has become a huge online fashion hit, sparking a frenzy among online shoppers.  The $580 silk frock, designed by British brand L.K. Bennett, features a navy and white polka dot print, a cream frilled collar, long sleeves and cream buttons, much like the $2,400 polka dot dress by celebrity-loved label Alessandra Rich.  The Alessandra Rich design, which is no longer available, has been worn by a host of A-listers over the years, including the Duchess of Cambridge, former First Daughter Ivanka, supermodel Christie Brinkley, and Suits star Abigail Spencer, who rocked the frock at her best friend Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018. Unsurprisingly, the A-list-approved design flew off the shelves - however now, a near-identical version has been released to fill the fashion gap left by the sold-out dress.    Inspiration: A $580 dress that looks near-identical to a celebrity-loved $2,400 Alessandra Rich design worn by stars like Kate Middleton and Ivanka Trump has become...
    THE husband of a young mum has told of his heartbreak after her sudden death aged 34. David Stiller had dropped his wife Sara off at hospital for routine kidney treatment last week, when he got a call urging him to come back. 3David and Sara Stiller - the pair had been together for eight yearCredit: MEN Media 3They had a daughter, Ellie, together, after IVF treatmentCredit: MEN Media Medics told the frantic dad she had suffered a brain bleed and there was nothing more they could do for her. Sara stayed in intensive care following the "catastrophic" event for three days, until the ventilator was switched off. David told the Manchester Evening News: "She had a heart of gold and would help anyone. "She was always positive and an absolute fighter. She's been through so much. "Sara was an amazing woman and absolutely idolised our daughter." The pair lived in Hindley, Wigan, with their three-year-old girl, Ellie. Most read in Health NewsLONG LASTING Pfizer's Covid jab is 90% effective for longer than six months, study findsFANTASTIC FIVE Get to...
    You played yourself: Our 25 favorite celebrity cameos Dream of Living Abroad? These 13 Countries Make It Easy To Work Remote © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Panthers are preparing to play the Cowboys without running back Christian McCaffrey, but it doesn’t sound like his absence is going to do much to impact their offensive approach. Panthers head coach Matt Rhule said that the team will not be making major alterations to their offense with Chuba Hubbard and Royce Freeman moving into leading roles in the backfield alongside quarterback Sam Darnold. “I think we’re just going to go out and run our offense,” Rhule said, via the team’s website. “Obviously you can’t replace the production of a Christian McCaffrey, but those other players have been waiting for their opportunity, and who knows what they’ll do when given that opportunity. So I don’t think it’s fair or right to Sam and the offensive line to go away from what we’ve been doing we’ve been working on it a long time.”...
    An Amtrak train that derailed in rural Montana over the weekend was going just under the speed limit at about 75 mph (121 kph) when it went off the track along a gradual curve, killing three people and possibly ejecting passengers, federal investigators said Monday. Investigators do not know the cause of the accident, but they are studying video from the train and another locomotive that went over the same track a little over an hour earlier, National Transportation Safety Board Vice Chairman Bruce Landsberg said. "We have experts that are studying the camera footage frame by frame to make sure that we see exactly what the engineer saw — or maybe didn’t see," Landsberg said. The train derailed before a switch in the line, where one set of tracks turned into two, on a stretch of track that had been inspected just two days before, he said. Workers examine a train car, Monday, Sept. 27, 2021, from an Amtrak train that derailed Saturday, near Joplin, Mont.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) The westbound Empire Builder was traveling from Chicago to Seattle...
    Friendly Exes! Sienna Miller Supports Tom Sturridge at the 2021 Tony Awards 9 Bills You Should Never Put on Autopay Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins said he wouldn’t get vaccinated unless forced. © Provided by NBC Sports Well, San Francisco is requiring Golden State players to be vaccinated to play home games and even participate in team practices. The NBA denied Wiggins’ request for a religious exemption. Where does Wiggins stand now? NBC Sports Bay Area: “Anything that has to do with my status, vaccination. I’m going to keep it personal and private.” -Andrew Wiggins on his vaccination status pic.twitter.com/94GXaVGkMl — Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) September 27, 2021 Wiggins says his "back is definitely against the wall" but will keep fighting for what he believes is right in regards to the COVID-19 vaccine pic.twitter.com/HMVkDeOId1 — Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) September 27, 2021 Wiggins: I’m just going to keep all that private right now. Again, anything that has to do with my status, vaccination, I’m just going to keep that private. It’s a personal matter, so I’m going to keep it...
    Getty Calvin Ridley #18 of the Atlanta Falcons celebrates his third quarter receiving touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with Matt Ryan #2. The Atlanta Falcons enter Week 3 0-2 but there is still a lot of ball left to play, according to quarterback Matt Ryan. Heavy had a one-on-one with the 14-year veteran this week on behalf TravisMathew, an apparel brand that Ryan has been a fan of for a long time. TravisMathew is both a lifestyle and golf apparel brand inspired by the vibes of the California coast, which is why it appeals so much to Ryan. During the interview, Ryan discussed his love for the game of golf and the Falcons’ upcoming game against the New York Giants. Atlanta is fresh off a 48-25 loss to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. So where do they go from here? Ryan believes only up. “He’s consistent day in and day out,” Ryan said of how first-year head coach Arthur Smith is handling back-to-back losses. “And guys know what to expect from him. I think he’s...
    Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman said that it's a 'privilege' that her abuser, Larry Nassar, is behind bars when so many survivors of sexual assault don't feel comfortable going to law enforecement for help. But while the 27-year-old is glad to see Nassar in jail, she is still calling for a full investigation into how the FBI, USA Gymnastics, and the United States Oympic and Paralympic Committees handled his behvaior, echoing testimony she made last week at the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing into the FBI's botched probe of Nassar's abuse.  'What people often don't realize is abuse isn't just something you suffer in the moment. It can unfortunatley carry on with you for a really long time,' Raisman, who has six Olympic medals, said on Monday night's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. 'And the way a survivor heals is linked to how their abuse is handled,' she added. 'So the power of one adult supporting a survivor and doing the right thing is so important.' Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman said that it's a 'privilege' that her abuser, Larry Nassar, is behind bars when so many...
    West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) expressed frustration with his state’s vaccination rate, warning constituents that people are either going to get inoculated against COVID-19, or “we’re going to keep lining the body bags.”  Justice made the comments during a COVID-19 news briefing on Friday, during which he implored West Virginians to get vaccinated. He said that 74 people had died in the state since Wednesday. “Unfortunately, today we have an overwhelming amount of deaths: 74 people died. Seventy-four more people have died since Wednesday,” Justice said. “And they’ll keep dying. That’s all there is to it,” he continued. “We just are going to keep lining the body bags up, and we’re going to line them up and line them up.” The governor’s grim comments comes as the state deals with a surge in coronavirus infections following early success in rolling out vaccinations. The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported 2,320 new coronavirus infections on Friday, as well as 57 deaths. There were total 29,744 current active cases of coronavirus in the state as of Friday. According...
    Fox News Primetime host Lawrence Jones said Wednesday that Republicans need to do more to oppose Democratic policies and “fight for the people you swore an oath to protect.” WATCH: “All due respect to the Republican Party — actually I don’t respect them very much — you’ve got to do more than your letters,” Lawrence said. “No one cares about your letters. You’ve got to get up and fight for the people that you swore an oath to protect and they are not doing that right now. And I don’t understand why we should vote them in if they’re going to be just like the Democrats,” he continued. Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway agreed, saying that mask and vaccine mandates represent “restrictions on liberty” and Republicans should be making it “difficult for the government” to continue to impose them. (RELATED: Psaki Evades When Asked If Vaccine Mandates Will Hurt People Of Color) “People have been way too compliant. And by the way, it’s not just about COVID, it’s about so many things,” she said, claiming that Americans “are fed...
    The Socialist Party of Ireland criticized Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s attendance at the Met Gala on Monday as police reportedly arrested Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters just outside of the event. Ocasio-Cortez claimed to be breaking “the fourth wall” and challenging “some of the institutions” while wearing a dress emblazoned with “Tax the Rich” across the back. The Socialist Party’s official account challenged her for going to the event instead of joining alongside the BLM and “defund the police” protesters. “AOC should have been out in the streets not inside the palace,” the official political party’s account tweeted. “Dining with the class enemy, despite whatever good intentions, will alienate you from the working-class.” AOC should have been out in the streets not inside the palace. https://t.co/U3ancrFOas — Socialist Party (@SocialistParty) September 14, 2021 Dining with the class enemy, despite whatever good intentions, will alienate you from the working-class. — Socialist Party (@SocialistParty) September 14, 2021 Police arrested multiple people outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which hosts the Met Gala, according to Fox News. Protesters reportedly...
    Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., talks with reporters after a remembrance ceremony on the east front steps of the U.S. Capitol for the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on September 13, 2021. Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.A key group of Democratic senators, including centrist Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), introduced a new voting rights bill on Tuesday that would expand access to the ballot for millions of Americans, ban partisan gerrymandering, and crack down on dark money groups. It’s expected to receive a vote in the Senate as soon as next week, setting up a showdown with Republicans who intend to block it and a reckoning within the Democratic caucus over whether to reform the filibuster to pass it. The new Freedom to Vote Act preserves many of the major provisions of the For the People Act, the Democrats’ sweeping democracy reform bill that was filibustered by Republicans in June and August. These measures include policies for federal elections that would...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Workers at a nonprofit farm in Aurora were back at work after a fire destroyed their shed. They harvested produce on Tuesday at the farm near the Stanley Market Place. The executive director of the Village Exchange Center’s community garden told CBS4 she believes the fire is a case of arson and a hate crime. In addition to providing food to the immigrant and refugee community in the neighborhood, the farm also teaches those groups the skills of farming. READ MORE: Victim In Officer-Involved Shooting With Westminster Police Identified As Drew Lucero (credit: CBS) The Village Exchange Center says they will have to replace thousands of dollars of equipment. READ MORE: Heavy Police Presence Seen Around Castle Rock Home With Barricaded Person Farmers told CBS4 on Tuesday they are looking ahead. “I came to this amazing realization that there are more good people than bad people, people around this community. They’re grateful, and they’re grateful for each of the tools that was donated, but not only that, the cash donations that were donated to the Village Exchange...
    Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook announced on Friday in a joint statement that they have split. The couple wed in San Diego, California in June 2018 after dating for two years.  'Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions,' the Flight Attendant star, 35, and Cook, 30, shared with People. It's over: Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook announced on Friday in a joint statement that they have split. Seen in 2019 'We have both shared so much of our journey publicly so while we would prefer to keep this aspect of our personal life private, we wanted to be forthcoming in our truth together,' the note continued. 'There is no anger or animosity, quite the contrary.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Avengers star Aaron Taylor-Johnson shows off his chiseled... EXCLUSIVE: Dog The Bounty Hunter marries for SIXTH time!... Share this article Share Their statement also said: 'We have made this decision together through an...
    VIDEO1:3301:33This is climate change and it's just a small preview, says Texas A&M professorThe News with Shepard Smith The extreme weather across the U.S., from the devastating Caldor Fire scorching the West Coast to the deadly flooding and tornadoes slamming the East Coast, could pale in comparison to future weather events, warned climate scientist Andrew Dessler on CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith."    "This is climate change, and it's just a small preview of what's going to happen if we don't start, stopping emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere," said Dessler, a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University. "We really need to do that, or we're going to look back on this as the good ol' days." 2020, in fact, saw the highest concentration of greenhouse gases in Earth's atmosphere ever recorded. A recent report from the United Nations warned the climate crisis is guaranteed to get worse.   A rare tornado that hit Mullica Hill, New Jersey, left a trail of destruction Wednesday night, as remnants of Ida slammed the entire region. Mullica Hill is located within Harrison...
    LEICESTER (CBS) – Parents of students at Leicester Middle School received an email from the district superintendent stating the middle school’s backup generator failed inspection, and the district will not be able to use the building. Superintendent Marilyn Tencza said her administration is working on plans to open the school in another location. READ MORE: Massachusetts Reports 1,793 New COVID-19 Cases, 13 Additional Deaths “This is less than 24 hours from the time we learned we couldn’t use the building, so we are doing everything we can to make sure students start school on time,” Tencza said. Rochanna Buckley is a mom of an incoming eighth-grader and calls the issue frustrating not only for herself but for her daughter. “They are anticipating coming back to school – yay we’re finally back in school – only a week before to be told guess what school’s not safe to inhabit so we’re going to have to move you somewhere else,” Buckley said. “I just want our kids to be in a safe environment and stay there instead of being trucked...
    The grieving widow of NHL star Jimmy Hayes, who died suddenly Monday at age 31, is sharing her heartbreak online. ‘My angel I love you so much,' Kristen Hayes said on Instagram Tuesday. ‘I don’t know how I’m going to do life without you. You should be here. This isn’t fair.’ The hockey player was pronounced dead at his Milton, Massachusetts, home Monday. His cause of death was not immediately known, but police told The Boston Globe they didn’t suspect foul play. He and his wife have two children, and celebrated their son Mac’s second birthday on Sunday. Their younger son, Mac, was born May 5. The athlete’s cousin Matthew Tkachuk, who plays for the Calgary Flames, said on Twitter that the death left him ‘speechless and heartbroken.’ Kristen Hayes paid a heartbreaking tribute to her husband in an Instagram post, writing: 'My angel I love you so much. I don't know how I'm going to do life without you' Jimmy Hayes and his wife Kristen and their two children during their Father's Day celebration on June 2021. Hayes,...
    Bachelorette star Blake Moynes believes Katie and Gregs dramatic breakup took away from his own love story with Katie Delta variant deals blow to U.S. economy in August, but businesses remain upbeat There’s a reason you draft a QB in the first round: to play them. Plus, how the Seahawks lost their leverage before the Jamal Adams deal was done. Sometimes conventional wisdom is simply old-fashioned “the way we’ve always done things” thinking. There is some of that thinking when it comes to playing rookie quarterbacks, even those picked high in the first round of the draft. Excluding first-round quarterbacks who are behind future Hall of Fame quarterbacks (the Packers edition), I just don’t get the idea that these players should sit, wait and learn from quarterbacks whose current level of play is, well, average. Ultimately, all of these teams end up agreeing with me and end up playing the young quarterbacks far sooner than they say they will. I guess I just wish they would lose the posturing and b.s. about it. Teams always say that these future...
    A hi-tech scan that takes just five seconds to perform can tell if chemotherapy is working in patients with breast cancer. The scan, which involves waving a hand-held probe resembling a shower head over the tumour site, can detect tiny changes that indicate whether it is responding to chemo drugs after just one round of treatment. The breakthrough means women showing no early signs of improvement can be switched to other drugs or treatments, sparing them from the unnecessary and toxic side-effects of chemotherapy. Currently, most patients undergoing chemo have to endure several weeks or months of treatment — often with debilitating side-effects, such as nausea, hair loss and extreme fatigue — before they find out whether their tumour has shrunk. The scan, which involves waving a hand-held probe resembling a shower head over the tumour site, can detect tiny changes that indicate whether it is responding to chemo drugs after just one round of treatment The new technique could potentially slash that time to a matter of hours, allowing doctors to try other chemotherapy combinations or carry out...
    A 21-year-old British student with a 4chan account claims that he is trapped in Afghanistan and has accepted he may die there amid the Taliban takeover of the state after going to the warzone on holiday.  Miles Routledge, 21, claims he has been abandoned by the British Embassy in Kabul, which he alleges have not responded to any of his phone calls or emails as the Islamist terror group streamed into the capital. The Loughborough physics student says he is hiding in a United Nations safehouse in Kabul, where about 50 others including Britons, Americans and Turks are also staying, after arriving in the country this week. In posts to message board site 4chan and livestreaming platform Twitch, Mr Routledge, from Birmingham, claims he was quizzed by armed Taliban militants while on his way to Kabul International Airport.  They apparently asked him where he was from - to which he said Wales. He claims the fighters did not know where Wales was, and let him go. Mr Routledge says he later came across another armed convoy during the Taliban insurgency and took a selfie...
    Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky (C), Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming (L) and Senate Minority Whip Sen. John Thune of South Dakota (R) arrive at a news briefing at the U.S. Capitol on July 27, 2021. The only joy Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell likely got this week from casting a vote in favor of a $1 trillion infrastructure bill was knowing how much it would fry Donald Trump, who has repeatedly tried and failed to derail the deal he was never able to strike.  Trump, ever the statesmen, responded in kind. In perhaps the truest statement Trump has ever made, he groused, “I have quietly said for years that Mitch McConnell is the most overrated man in politics—now I don’t have to be quiet anymore." Trump also chided McConnell for “working so hard to give Biden a victory.” It wasn't Trump's first attack on the deal. Last weekend, the twice-impeached two-time popular vote loser threatened Republicans who voted for the bill.  "It will be very hard for me to endorse anyone foolish enough to vote in favor of...
    CNN’s John Berman and Christine Romans highlighted skyrocketing prices for food and consumer on Wednesday, lamenting that “everything” is on the rise. The report came on the heels of the Labor Department’s Consumer Price Index released on Wednesday, which showed prices rose by 0.5 percent from June to July. “That’s a steep one-month move,” Romans said in the morning segment of New Day, noting July’s figure increased by 5.4 percent compared to 2020 and that “prices for just about everything are going up.” “You saw a similar increase last month, so that’s two months of really hot inflation numbers,” she added. “Going through the categories, just about anything you eat costs more. Whether you buy groceries … or you go out to a restaurant. We also saw gas prices rising, housing, accommodation, recreation, health care. The only thing that didn’t [move] was used car prices — [they] only rose 0.2 percent.” The used car index fell flat last month only after a massive 10.5 percent rise in June and May, which came as a result of global chip shortages constraining the production of...
    HAVE you ever gone for a wee “just in case” before bed, a meeting or car journey? A doctor has warned against getting into a bad habit of so-called “preventative weeing” which ends up in a vicious cycle of constantly needing the toilet. 1Constantly going to the loo "just in case" is a habit you may want to squash quicklyCredit: Getty - Contributor Prof Stergios Doumouchtsis, a leading expert in urogynaecology based at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, told The Sun: “On a circumstantial basis, it's fine to do it. "It’s widely done and won't do any harm. “But it starts affecting the bladder when you do it always - for example if you're a school teacher and you go habitually every hour between each class. This can result in a change to the bladder. “Essentially you sensitise the bladder, it becomes more sensitive. The bladder learns to give you signals of fullness at lower volumes. “The purpose of the bladder as a reservoir for urine can become compromised, and therefore the bladder will start needing...
    More On: new york jets Linebacker dominates Jets practice with multiple ‘sacks’ ‘Fearless’ cornerback sounds ready to reward Jets’ confidence Don’t write off this slow-starting Jet just yet Jets linebacker picks off Zach Wilson in return after year hiatus Zach Wilson’s MetLife Stadium introduction to Jets fans didn’t go as planned. The franchise’s latest hope at quarterback is expected to have a quarter, if not more, to make a better second impression. Coach Robert Saleh said after Monday’s practice the plan is for the second-overall pick in the draft to play “at least” the opening quarter against the Giants in both teams’ preseason opener. “Just be comfortable in the offense,” is what Saleh wants to see from Wilson. “Seeing coverages, seeing different things. He’s got to see it all. And the more he sees, the more reps he gets, the more comfortable he’s going to get.” Wilson followed up Saturday’s shaky performance in the Green-White scrimmage in which he threw two interceptions and led the first-team offense to just a field goal with an uneven practice on Monday. In...
    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezSenate votes to end debate on T infrastructure bill Ocasio-Cortez doesn't rule out challenging Schumer Biden emboldens establishment Democrats with ballot box wins MORE (D-N.Y.) in an interview with CNN that aired Monday evening said she had fears of being raped during the Jan. 6 insurrection in which she recounted people banging on her office doors while she hid. "I didn't think that I was just going to be killed," Ocasio-Cortez told CNN anchor Dana BashDana BashOcasio-Cortez doesn't rule out challenging Schumer Durbin calls what was happening at DOJ under Trump 'frightening' Fox's Baier presses Scott on GOP's support for rising spending under Trump MORE. "I thought other things were going to happen to me as well." The New York Democrat said that "white supremacy and patriarchy are very linked in a lot of ways," and remarked on what she sees are the sexualization that violence. When asked by Bash to clarify if she was worried that she would be raped during the storming of the Capitol, Ocasio-Cortez responded, "Yeah, yeah, I thought I was." The congresswoman, a survivor of sexual assault, noted the "misogyny...
    (CNN)When Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was barricaded inside her office during the Capitol insurrection on January 6, she not only feared that mob would kill her, but that she would be raped if the rioters found her."I didn't think that I was just going to be killed," Ocasio-Cortez told CNN's Dana Bash in "Being...AOC," the first episode of the new CNN series "Being..." that airs Monday night at 9 p.m. ET. "I thought other things were going to happen to me as well."Asked if that belief was driven in part by her experience as a survivor of sexual assault, Ocasio-Cortez said past traumas weighed on her mind as she hid. "Survivors have a very strong set of skills. And the skills that are required as a survivor, the tools that you build for resilience, they come back in right away," Ocasio-Cortez said in an interview in her district in June. "And for me, I felt like those skills were coming right back so that I could survive." JUST WATCHEDAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez reacts to Fox News' coverage of herReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez...
    TEENAGE sensation Keely Hodgkinson was an Olympic star in the making at the age of just 11. The 19-year-old 800 metre silver medallist smashed Kelly Holmes’ British record of 1.55:88 on her way to second place in the final on Monday. 4Keely Hodgkinson (left) at a school sports day with fellow Fred Longworth High School pupil and future Olympian Ella Toone 4The pair recreated that photo in the Olympic Village in Tokyo with Hodgkinson on the right To some she has come out of nowhere – but it has not surprised her old teachers. Simon Rigby, who taught Hodgkinson PE at Fred Longworth High School in Tyldesley, Greater Manchester, knew she was something special on her third day. Rigby, 45, told SunSport: “We always knew she was going to be a good runner. “We do something called the Cooper 12-minute run to test aerobic strength, and on her third day of school she smashed it. “She was just whipping round the track. We knew she had a lot of potential DREAM TEAM IS BACK! SIGN UP NOW FOR THE 21/22...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD is searching for suspects seen on surveillance video firing guns on a Queens sidewalk. Ten people were shot. READ MORE: No Mask Mandate In NYC Though De Blasio Strongly Recommends Wearing Them Investigators say it was a coordinated mass shooting that involved four gunmen. One of the victims spoke exclusively to CBS2’s Cory James. “I just thought that I was going to die,” the 38-year-old woman told James. She fought back tears describing the terrifying moments bullets went flying Saturday night in Corona, Queens near the corner of 37th Avenue and 98th Street. She says within seconds of the gunmen opening fire, a warm feeling pierced through her foot. “I just collapsed,” she said. “Then I just saw a lot of people running around, and then I saw a lot of blood.” A bullet hit her two small toes, leaving her with six stitches and a blister on her foot. “I’m in pain,” she said. READ MORE: Funeral Held For Legendary Rapper Biz Markie One man is likely feeling the same way. Exclusive video...
    Coco Austin said she's "not just going to say no" to breastfeeding her 5-year-old daughter, Chanel. Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment Coco Austin still breastfeeds her 5-year-old and says she'll continue as long as her daughter wants. Austin said Chanel eats solid foods like "steak and hamburger" and breastfeeds as a "snack." The model shares her daughter with rapper Ice-T, Austin's husband of nearly 20 years. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Coco Austin confirmed she has no plans to stop breastfeeding her 5-year-old daughter Chanel anytime soon, adding that it's a "big bonding moment" for the two of them.  When asked about her extended breastfeeding in an interview with Us Weekly published on Saturday, Austin explained that Chanel "still likes my boob." Austin shares Chanel with her husband of almost two decades, rapper Ice-T.  "Why take that away from her?" Austin said. "If she doesn't want it, all right, that's where you stop it. But I'm not just going to say no." The model said that while Chanel eats solid foods like "steak and hamburger,"...
    EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — When his assumed replacement was drafted this spring, Kirk Cousins found himself facing a likely end date for his time with the Minnesota Vikings. Being finished playing football will probably be a different story. Even though he’s entering his 10th year in the NFL, in some ways Cousins is just getting going. READ MORE: Excited About This Football Team: As Training Camp Opens, Fans Get First Look At Vikings Many Additions “The more I play, the more I realize this position is really built to last in how they’re protecting the quarterback, the league rules are. If you play smart, you don’t try to be a hero and get hit all the time but you step out of bounds and you get rid of the football and you get down, I think you can prolong your career quite a bit,” Cousins said Wednesday, before the team’s first full practice of training camp. “With the advances in the nutrition and the staff support we have and just the medical care, I just see that there’s really no...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Heading into the 2021 season, Garett Bolles is the unquestioned leader of the Broncos offensive line. He enters his fifth NFL season as one of the top tackles in the league, but still carries with him the struggles of his first few years in the NFL. (credit: Garett Bolles) “Everyone has doubted me my whole career, so I’m going to let the doubters doubt and I’m just going to do my job,” Bolles said. READ MORE: Colorado 911 Dispatcher Completely Overwhelmed After Mud Fills Her Home Bolles fourth season in the NFL was a complete 180 from his first three years. In 2020, Bolles didn’t give up a single sack, and earned Second Team All-Pro honors. The left tackle was rewarded for his marked improvement with a four-year, $68 million contract that made him the fifth highest-paid left tackle in the game. “I feel like I had a good year last year, but that was last year. I’ve got to do it again this year,” Bolles said. READ MORE: 2 Vehicle Fires Close All Directions Of...
    A driver in a convertible Corvette was going 138 mph after a night out drinking and just before he crashed at an Irvine intersection, leaving his two passengers dead, a prosecutor told jurors on Monday, July 26. Norman David Martin, 26, faces two counts of murder in connection to the July 22, 2017, crash at Jamboree Road and Main Street that claimed the lives of Jamie Lopez and Nancy Ortiz, both 26. During the trial’s opening statements on Monday, Deputy District Attorney Eric Scarbrough told jurors that only minutes before the crash a friend who had been out with Martin that night told him over the phone that he hoped Martin wasn’t driving. Earlier that day, Martin and a friend had quit their jobs at Fletcher Jones Motorcars, a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Newport Beach, Scarbrough told jurors. They had dinner and drinks in Laguna Beach, the prosecutor said, then met up again that night at a Costa Mesa nightclub. Someone they knew had reserved a private table and bottle service at the club, the prosecutor said, and security footage reportedly...
    Joe Biden has told business owners struggling to hire staff that they need to pay better wages, as he seemed to concede that the pandemic increase in unemployment benefits was making it harder to find workers. The president was asked by an Ohio restaurant owner on Wednesday night, at a CNN town hall, how he planned to resolve the staffing crisis in his industry, and others. John Lanni, co-founder of Cincinnati-based Thunderdome Restaurant Group, which has 39 restaurants nationwide, said they were struggling to find workers. 'I think it really is a matter of people deciding now that they have opportunities to do other things and there's a shortage of employees; people are looking to make more money and to bargain,' said Biden. 'So I think your business and the tourist business is really going to be in a bind for a little while.' John Lanni, the co-owner of a restaurant group that has 39 venues across the country, on Wednesday night asked Joe Biden what the president could do to try and help him find more staff for...
    TIGER King star Joe Exotic says he fears he will die in jail of cancer and accused prison doctors of "not giving a s**t". In an explosive interview with SunOnline, the former zookeeper slammed Fort Worth Medical Center alleging he has seen an "outrageous" number of "dead people wheeled out" of the facility. 5Tiger King star Joe Exotic says he fears he will die in prisonCredit: Splash 5The 58-year-old was handed a 22-year sentence in 2019Credit: AP He said jail doctors are "rude and don’t give a sh**", even though he needs specialist blood transfusions and even claimed they "just let you die". Exotic revealed earlier this year he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer and begged to be freed in order to get “proper medical care". The Netflix star - who is serving 22 years for a plot to hire a hitman to kill rival zookeeper Carole Baskin - has branded his medical treatment "pathetic" and says he wants to out the "truth". He told The Sun: "This is crazy how they put people in here and just let...
    “The View” host Meghan McCain called out her own show for painting an intellectually dishonest picture of coronavirus vaccine hesitancy. McCain argued on Tuesday’s broadcast that blaming Fox News for spreading “misinformation” about vaccines would not do anything to address the fact that it was not just Fox News viewers who were showing reluctance to get vaccinated. (RELATED: ‘I Will Die On This Hill’: Meghan McCain Rips Gwen Berry For Making Her Personal Grievance An International Statement) WATCH: Cohost Joy Behar began the segment by suggesting that the vaccine should be mandated — at least in schools and hospitals — placing the blame squarely on social media platforms and Fox News. “The reason that you have many people unvaccinated besides their fear of the vaccine is this misinformation that’s coming out of Facebook and Fox News,” she said. “I don’t care what anybody says, yes, Democrats are probably problematic also, if you talk about people in New York, but Republicans are the ones who are spewing the lies. They are the ones spewing the misinformation.” McCain said that...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Some Chicago restaurants are changing their hours. It’s not because of a lack of customers. It’s a lack of workers. READ MORE: 2 Critically Injured When Car Hits Restaurant In Cragin Neighborhood CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek is Working for Chicago and reports on what restaurant owners are up against. CBS 2 spoke to the owner of Moe’s Cantina who also owns three other restaurants in Chicago. Right now, Moe’s is closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday because the restaurant doesn’t have enough employees. “There’s no employees. We don’t open for lunch. We don’t open for brunch,” said Sam Sanchez, owner of Moe’s Cantina. “Some days we’re forced to close down brunch, depending on how tired the employees are.” Sanchez owns four restaurants across Chicago. “If I were to open all four locations for lunch, brunch, everything, we would need about 300 employees,” Sanchez said. Sanchez is far from the only owner across town struggling to staff up. Sam Toia is the president of the Illinois Restaurant Association. He said many restaurants are having to limit operations to prevent...