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    OH, mothers-in-law - they either become your best friend or worst enemy, there's no in-between. When first meeting our partner's parents we will do the most to leave a good impression - and even more so if we all live together. 2The woman claims that all her boyfriend does is playing video games all day long - yet his mum still expects her to do all the cleaning after a long day at work.Credit: Getty - Contributor However, one woman has simply had enough, as her boyfriend's mum treats her son, 24, like a baby - and insists she does the same. “Okay so my boyfriend and I are staying with his parents because we live in a very expensive state and the pandemic makes independence hard,'' explained the 20-year-old. According to the woman, she works 40 hours a week, minds her own business and cleans up after herself - which would be an absolute dream for most mothers-in-law. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Despite her hard efforts, this doesn't seem to impress the...
    EXCLUSIVE -- Conservative firebrand Meghan McCain doesn’t regret walking away from "The View," or standing up for what she believes in. However, the "Bad Republican" author has one regret that has nothing to do with television, politics or ideology. "I want 30 more children," McCain told Fox News Digital. "I wish I had started having children earlier. The biggest regret of my life is not having children sooner."  MEGHAN MCCAIN IRKS LIBERALS BY APPEARING ON NBC’S ‘MEET THE PRESS’ McCain, who gave birth to her first daughter, Liberty, in 2020, left ABC News’ "The View" earlier this year. She publicly said she wanted to spend more time at home with her family, but behind-the-scenes she admits co-host Joy Behar’s icy on-air declaration that she "didn’t miss" McCain when she went on maternity leave was the last straw for the show’s token conservative to walk away.  "That is the reason I left the show," McCain said of Behar’s infamous jab. "I thought, ‘This s--t isn’t worth it anymore.'"  McCain details her behind-the-scenes drama at the ABC News gabfest in her new memoir,...
    A MUM who suffered from bad skin admits she was left "traumatised" to drop her kids off at school, after feeling like she was being shamed by other mums. Fran Batten, 37, a medical secretary and mother of three from Somerset, was diagnosed with rosacea and had flare-ups so bad, she would cancel social events to avoid being seen in public. 8A mum has shared how she suffered so badly with her skin, she was traumatised from doing the school runCredit: Supplied 8Fran Batten, who was diagnosed with rosacea, says fellow mums would always ask what was "wrong" with her skinCredit: Supplied At its worst, Fran says her skin was "so sore" she couldn't smile and she even cut herself a fringe to try and hide her face. Her self-esteem was knocked and battling with depression, she admits the school run became an "emotional trauma" as people would stare and ask her what was "wrong" with her skin. It wasn't until she came across a £14 cream - Kalme Caper Cream - that her skin started to clear...
    Last month, Juxtaposition Arts (JXTA) broke ground for the construction of a new $12.9 million campus in north Minneapolis. The Black-led arts education nonprofit was founded in 1995, when Roger and DeAnna Cummings, along with Peyton Scott Russell, started a small after-school arts program. JXTA has offered young people training on creating, presenting and successfully monetizing their art ever since, and the long-awaited rebuild is expected to begin in late October after a three-year capital campaign. MinnPost spoke to Roger Cummings, one of the co-founders and current chief cultural producer of JXTA, about the road that led to the new building, and where the organization goes from here. The interview has been edited for clarity and length.  MinnPost: Tell me exactly how you guys got started. Roger Cummings: So it started as kind of an after-school program that showed young people how to create art, how to talk about art, how to exhibit art, and how to make money from their art. The program that we have now that’s closest to that is called Visual Arts Literacy Training, so you...
    Mike Tyson is vaccinated against COVID-19, but the former heavyweight champion boxer only did so out of necessity. 'I didn't do it willingly,' Tyson told USA Today. 'I'm a little apprehensive of that. I was pretty much beaten into submission to do this because I travel internationally. And if I don't travel, we don't eat.' Tyson spoke to USA Today from the headquarters of his cannabis company, which is one of several businesses in which he's involved. He also regularly makes public appearances.  Mike Tyson, 55, is vaccinated against COVID-19 , but the former heavyweight champion boxer only did so out of necessity 'So I decided to take the risk and take the shot,' Tyson continued. 'And people, they have their own choice. I never got sick.' The 55-year-old may have previously had COVID-19, he said, but is not sure. 'I was coughing a lot and I was in this place with a lot of people,' he said. 'The whole day I was just coughing, throwing up water, so I was dehydrated.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
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    A WOMAN has detailed the stark reality of having sex again after a 12-year dry spell – including how she had to get “lessons” from friends after forgetting all her bedroom moves. Juliette Herrera, 35, vowed to give up sex after having a religious experience during a trip to India. 2She was understandably nervous about getting back in the sackCredit: Instagram/julietteherrera_ 2Juliette is now having sex againCredit: Instagram/julietteherrera_ Back then Ms Herrera had been a “hippy girl” into yoga and reiki, but that all changed when she met a Christian woman on her travels. “She prayed for me and I had a real beautiful experience with God,” she said. “That’s how my journey with my faith began, and in doing that I wanted to stop doing drugs, having sex, no drinking and completely transform my character inside.” Dating as a born-again Christian who now abstained from sex was tricky Ms Herrera, who appeared on last year’s season of The Bachelor, said. Ms Herrera said many guys ‘wouldn’t believe’ she was serious about not having sex. As the years went by she...
    Fox News correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera called out President Joe Biden for a "pitiful" and irrelevant speech instructing Americans about forthcoming coronavirus booster shots as a geopolitical and humanitarian catastrophe intensifies in Afghanistan under his watch. Rivera said on "The Five" Biden's speech Wednesday was disjointed and the president was "blinking and missing words," concluding his remarks and abruptly leaving the podium as the press tried to question him. "Can I just say something about the president's Ill-timed speech? It was pitiful," Rivera said. "It was pathetic. I try to give him every due respect. He's the president of the United States. I think he's a nice person," Rivera said. He added that the speech resembled an overt attempt to distract the American people from a new and burgeoning crisis. "What the hell that COVID speech had to do with the price of beans, I don't know. He delivered it as if someone said, 'Here's a good idea. Why don't you speak about the COVID booster and take their minds off of what they're seeing on the TV news.'" Rivera said....
    Photos by Olympic Games The runner who knocked over dozens of water bottles during a marathon claims it was not on purpose. Video showed Morhad Amdouni knocking over the bottles during the marathon at the Tokyo Olympics. France's Amdouni has blamed his actions during the race on "slippery bottles." Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. The marathon runner who knocked over an entire table's worth of water meant for his thirsty rivals has denied doing it on purpose and blamed the incident on the bottles being "slippery." During Sunday's marathon, Morhad Amdouni went to grab a bottle but instead, knocked over dozens of bottles meaning his competitors behind him were unable to rehydrate. Video of Amdouni's attempt to grab water was shared widely, with many saying he knocked over the other bottles on purpose to deprive his opponents of hydration. British pundit...
    A BRIDE-to-be has been left devastated after finding out her fiancé went to a strip club on his stag do, and now she's thinking of cancelling their wedding just nine days before the event. Posting on Mumsnet, the woman explained that she and her partner have been struggling financially but her fiancé blew hundreds of pounds during his bachelor's party. 1A woman has been left devastated after finding out her husband went to a strip club on his stag doCredit: Getty "We are struggling for money at the moment but we didn't want to cancel the wedding and lose the money we had already paid so we have managed to scrape it together and we are eloping just us, our toddler and our parents," she explained. She said her partner is taking a week off of work, so they need to budget for that week and are currently living paycheck to paycheck. The woman explained that her husband-to-be spent £230 at a strip club, as well as roughly £200 for food and drinks. "[This is] way over the budget we...
    (CNN)Payten McCall, 24, and her family were afraid to get vaccinated, but now she's urging people not to make that mistake after losing her oldest brother and her dad to Covid-19.Her dad, Mark McCall, 60, died early Friday morning in the Covid ward of a Jacksonville, Florida, hospital where her mom, Sherry McCall, 58, was also being treated for the virus. As Covid-19 cases surge in Florida, governor says parents should decide whether their children wear masks to schoolThe family was already reeling after her brother, Britt McCall, 35, died on Monday."It has been one of the most, roughest and hardest experiences that I have ever had to go through in my whole life and I would never, ever wish this on anybody in their family," McCall told CNN. "I mean, I wish it wasn't me, but I sure wouldn't wish it on anybody."Mark and Britt McCall, seen in a 2006 family photo, worked together in the Duval County Public Schools maintenance department.She said her mom was well enough to come home on Friday night but is heartbroken after losing...
    CNN's Don Lemon ranted Thursday against individuals who've not yet been vaccinated against the coronavirus and called for "rules" to be put in place that would force people to take a vaccine.  "I don’t know if we can get this under control, and we had the opportunity to," Lemon told fellow CNN host Chris Cuomo during a discussion on the Delta variant of the coronavirus. "None of this had to happen. Children didn’t have to start getting sick. If we didn’t allow this virus to mutate and this variant to catch on, we could’ve had this under control." Lemon claimed the only people to blame were the unvaccinated themselves and that they were responsible for putting the country "in the position that we're in." He stated he wasn't "shaming" unvaccinated people and that he was just telling the truth, but then stopped himself to suggest that maybe they should be "shamed." CNN'S DON LEMON HAS LOWEST-RATED WEEK SINCE STRUGGLING PROGRAM SWITCHED NAMES Cuomo and Lemon both agreed in criticizing the CDC for not releasing the newest data that it says...
    It sounded far-fetched from the very beginning.  An Alaskan miner, cornered in the brutal wilderness to stand-off against a hungry brown bear for four days before being rescued by a Coast Guard's helicopter that happened to be passing by, without a scratch on him. But that's what Richard Jessee, a gold hunter who was rescued last week in Nome, Alaska, said happened to him.   The unlikely story gathered attention from the national press and Jessee told proudly about hiding from the animal after it crushed his ATV and tossed his phone in a river.  Now, however, locals are questioning his version of events after going to the cabin where he was rescued but finding no evidence of the days-long battle he described.   Other local miners who were interviewed by The Nome Nugget went to the cabin where Jessee was rescued but found no bear tracks.  They did however find the ATV and attached trailer that Jessee said the bear pushed into the water.  On top of it was a packet of bacon in a cooler that was untouched.  'There’s just no...
    JAILED software tycoon John McAfee’s “suicide” came after he tweeted from his cell: “If I die like Epstein, I didn’t do it”. The anti-virus tech mogul, 75, allegedly killed himself on Wednesday hours after a judge agreed to extradite him to the US on tax evasion and cryptocurrency scam charges. Read our John McAfee live blog for the latest news and updates... 6John McAfee’s “jail suicide” came after he tweeted from his prison cell: 'If I die like Epstein, I didn’t do it'Credit: JOHN McAFEE 6McAfee referenced disgraced child-abuser Jeffrey Epstein who was found hanged in prison in 2019Credit: AP Gun-loving McAfee had been arrested in Spain last October as he boarded a flight to Turkey. Weeks later, he told his 1.1million Twitter followers from prison in Barcelona: “I am content in here. The food is good. All is well. “Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine.”  It was a reference to the disgraced...
    A CLEANING fan has revealed the quick and easy way to clean underneath the hob of old school ovens and people are fuming that they had no idea. TikTok user (@taira.goy) came across the simple and easy hack and decided to share it with people online - after assuming that others out there were none the wiser, just like she had been. 5One cleaning fan has revealed the quick and easy way to clean underneath the hob on old school ovensCredit: @taira.goy/TikTok It turns out that you can actually prop up the hob section of the oven like a car bonnet, making it easy to get underneath and wipe away any lingering dirt. Showing off exactly how it's done, the woman says in her video - that has now been watched over 3million times online: "I know somebody in the world doesn't know this..." Lifting the hob in one quick motion so it stands up, she reveals: "And that's how you clean under this. "My mum never taught me, so I have to assume that y'alls mummas...
    Tiger Woods reportedly declined an offer from NBC Sports to be a part of the coverage for the U.S. Open later this month because he didn’t want to take away attention from the event.  Announcer Dan Hicks told reporters at a news conference held by NBC Sports on Wednesday that the network reached out to Woods to gauge his interest in being a part of this year’s coverage, but the three-time U.S. Open champ declined.  TIGER WOODS SPOTTED ON CRUTCHES IN RARE APPEARANCE SINCE CRASH, GIVES PEP TALK TO ATHLETE BATTLING CANCER "We were all thinking how good that would be, who better, if he couldn’t be there to play it, to voice it and have him a part of the show, but we were rebuffed," Hicks said, according to Golf.com. "He didn’t want to do it, and I totally understand his situation." "There is a lot going on in his world right now and there’s also a part of Tiger that doesn’t want to become this, I don’t want to, for lack of a better word, a sideshow at...
    THIS is the sickening moment a daredevil hits a packed boat and gets killed after jumping from a 118ft cliff while onlookers watch on in horror. Terrifying footage shows the man jumping into the water,from the famed Raouche Rocks in Beirut, unaware of a tourist boat below, while crowds screamed at him "don't do it." 3The man jumped into the water despite the onlookers' warningsCredit: Newsflash 3He failed to spot the tourist boat that had just emerged from a tunnelCredit: Newsflash Despite the onlookers' warning Fahd Ibrahim Jamil Al-Lakma tragically lost his life after jumping off the cliff, on Sunday, June 6. The clip starts with with young man getting ready to jump while terrified onlookers tried to warn him that a tourist boat had just emerged from a tunnel under the cliff. People can be heard gasping as the man from Hajin in Syria's eastern Deir ez-Zor Governorate, crashes on the boat with an audible thud. The young man who fell...
    Too shorthanded. Too sluggish. A step too slow. And when it was done, the undermanned Nets saw their winning streak snapped with a 128-109 loss to the Trail Blazers before 1,773 fans at Barclays Center. “I don’t like to make excuses. I just think we weren’t sharp,” coach Steve Nash said. “Offensively we are [a] little bit stagnant, didn’t play with the pace that’s necessary. And defensively, we didn’t take care of some of the details in our scheme. It’s going to happen. It’s a matter of what we take from it. That’s a good team playing well with healthy bodies, and we just weren’t ourselves.” With the game up for grabs — Portland was up by just a single point late in the third quarter — the Nets couldn’t grab it. They allowed an 18-4 Blazers run and never challenged again. Damian Lillard finished with a game-high 32 points, including 11 in the decisive run. Jusuf Nurkic (23 points, 11 rebounds) punished the Nets early. When the Nets tried to blitz Lillard, the Blazers picked them apart with ball...
    A black high school football player has been filmed being forced to sit in a locker littered with banana peels after a teammate threatened to break his knees if he didn't do it.  Police are investigating the incident at Moline High School in northwest Illinois after footage of it was widely shared on social media at the weekend.  The 11-second video, which was shot on Thursday night, shows a player threatening the black teen to sit in the locker that was filled with banana peels.  That player, whose face doesn't appear in the video, can be heard saying: 'Or I'll break both your knees'. When the black player, whose name or age hasn't been released, eventually sits down, others in the locker room can be heard shouting: 'Yeah!'  A black football player at Moline High School in northwest Illinois has been filmed being forced to sit in a locker littered with banana peels after a teammate threatened to break his knees if he didn't do it Police are investigating the incident at Moline High School after footage of it was widely shared...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke fondly of President Biden on a personal level Wednesday – even as he vowed to rally Republicans to fight his $2 trillion infrastructure plan 'every step of the way.' He spoke to reporters in his home state of Kentucky two days after Biden phoned him to talk up the plan – which has been touted as a potential area for bipartisan cooperation.  Early words from top Republicans indicate that isn't likely to happen. 'I don't think the American people gave them a mandate to drive our country all the way to the political left,' McConnell told reporters. 'I'm going to fight them every step of the way,' he added. 'I don't think the American people gave them a mandate to drive our country all the way to the political left,' said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell McConnell, who has served since 1985, served with Biden for decades in the chamber, and used to push through spending projects himself as a 'cardinal' on the Appropriations Committee. 'I like him personally, I mean, we've been...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said on CNN Wednesday night that he was not aware Donald Trump was vaccinated in January. It wasn’t publicly known that the former president and first lady got vaccinated until this week, a move that received criticism for not doing it in public to encourage more people. CNN’s Erin Burnett asked Fauci about the news and people saying at the time he could’ve done so publicly to “send this message to a very vaccine-resistant Republican base.” “Were you aware at the time that he got the vaccine?” Burnett asked. “No, Erin, I was not. I was not aware that he was vaccinated,” Fauci responded. Burnett asked if Trump missed a big opportunity to make a difference and convince his base the vaccines are safe. “Certainly there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that former President Trump is very, very popular among his constituencies,” Fauci said. “That would’ve been an extraordinarily good opportunity to get a signal to the people who would clearly have listened to him the way they listened to him in many other ways. He has...
    The IRS has a message for people still waiting on federal stimulus payments: The money is already out the door. The tax agency said this week that it has sent more than 160 million checks — $1,200 for adults and $500 for children — directed by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which represented the first round of stimulus payments sent to most U.S. households. Starting in December, it also sent more than 147 million payments for the second round of checks, which offered $600 for each eligible adult and child.  To be sure, Congress is currently negotiating another round of stimulus aid, which could direct a third check to eligible households. If that $1.9 billion relief effort is passed by lawmakers, it could be signed into law by President Joe Biden by the end of March, Wall Street analysts say. In that case, the IRS would be authorized to distribute a third round of checks. So far, the tax agency has been authorized to send two rounds of checks — and it said that all those payments have...
    The IRS has a message for people still waiting on federal stimulus payments: The money is already out the door. The tax agency said this week that it has sent more than 160 million checks — $1,200 for adults and $500 for children — directed by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which represented the first round of stimulus payments sent to most U.S. households. Starting in December, it also sent more than 147 million payments for the second round of checks, which offered $600 for each eligible adult and child.  To be sure, Congress is currently negotiating another round of stimulus aid, which could direct a third check to eligible households. If that $1.9 billion relief effort is passed by lawmakers, it could be signed into law by President Joe Biden by the end of March, Wall Street analysts say. In that case, the IRS would be authorized to distribute a third round of checks. But for now, the tax agency has been authorized to send two checks — and it said that all those payments have been...
    Dylan Farrow is heard describing how her adopted father Woody Allen allegedly 'touched her private parts', in a never-before-seen 1992 home video featured in an new HBO documentary about the embattled filmmaker.     In the video shot by adoptive mother Mia Farrow as proof of the incident, seven-year-old Dylan claims the Oscar-winning director told her: 'Do not move, I have to do this,' as he touched her in the attic of the family's country home.  'I didn't want him to do it, mama,' she's heard telling her mother. 'I didn't like it'.  The four-part documentary series, Allen v. Farrow, premieres Sunday on HBO, will  feature recordings that Mia secretly made of her phone conversations with Allen, including one in which she tells him Dylan 'is not alright', following the alleged incident.  The film is set to reignite one of the most bitter and public celebrity family battles that has raged for the past 30 years.  New HBO documentary, Allen v. Farrow features never-before-seen home videos of Dylan Farrow (pictured in Allen's arms) describing how Woody Allen allegedly abused her Dylan, now...
    In addition to science and technology, there is an interest in manga and anime in this medium of communication. So when someone comes up with mixing them, we can’t get enough of the emotion in our chest. But also, when this mixture refers to an element of Latin America, we overflow with joy. It was precisely what happened to us this Monday with the recent publication of SOUL and its relationship with Evangelion. As everyone should know in the Atacama desert, in Chile, there is the largest astronomical project on our planet. It is the Atacama Millimeter / Submillimeter Array, better known as SOUL. In this region of southern territory there are a total of 66 antennas that serve as radio telescopes. Its function, in a very generic brief explanation, is to observe millimeter wavelengths. That is, it captures extremely detailed images of the stars. One of the many purposes is to know more information about the formation of stars in the universe. Relationship between ALMA and Evangelion On the morning of February 8, the official Twitter account of the...
    Rudy Gobert testing positive for COVID-19 in March marked a turning point in our understanding of the pandemic. It set off a rapid chain of events in the sports industry that mirrored the world’s sudden scramble as people began to grasp the gravity of the coronavirus. At the beginning of that week, many U.S. states had yet to record a single COVID-19 case. By the end of that week, most pro leagues were paused and the illness was spreading through the country at an out-of-control rate. Gobert became an unwitting symbol of an initial struggle to see the seriousness of COVID-19. His infamous microphone incident, when he jokingly touched every reporter’s recording device at a news conference just before becoming sick, led to widespread scorn. In a sit-down with ESPN’s Lisa Salters, Gobert again looked back on what happened in the interview room among other events early in the pandemic. “It came from a good intention,” Gobert said. “It was the first day that we found out that the media was not going to be able to interview us, right next...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden opened up his town hall on ABC Thursday night with a detailed discussion of how he would have handled the coronavirus pandemic differently than President Donald Trump, and he did not spare any punches in denouncing the performance of the Republican incumbent. Biden slammed Trump for “saying things that weren’t true” regarding the pandemic, such as that it was “going to go away by Easter,” “it’s going to go away like a miracle,” and noted that even this late in the year, the president was continuing to make these claims, that the virus would go away on its own. Meanwhile, cases in the United States are currently trending upward. Host George Stephanopoulos questioned Biden regarding an op-ed he had written back in January. “You warned of the seriousness of the pandemic, but there’s no record of you calling for social distancing, limited social gatherings, mandatory masks?” “No, not back then,” Biden replied, “in January, February, there wasn’t. That came at the end of March and then I laid out a detailed plan relative to school...
    In March, Gal Gadot and her celebrity friends were slammed for their rendition of John Lennon's Imagine while self isolating - with people of the internet branding them 'out of touch' for singing about 'no possessions' from their mansions. Seven months later, Gal spoke out about the massive criticism that followed the video's release in her cover story with Vanity Fair. The actress, 35, said she only meant to do something that was both good and pure, but admitted that it didn't transcend. From the heart: Gal spoke out about the massive criticism that followed the Imagine video's release in her cover story with Vanity Fair The actress was joined by Natalie Portman, Zoe Kravitz, Amy Adams and more for the 'cringe-worthy' video released in March - at the start of COVID-19 lockdown - with users on Twitter asking 'How out of touch is this?' Things all started with good intentions, as Wonder Woman actress Gadot explained in the original video. She introduced the project saying: 'Hey guys. Day six in self-quarantine. And I've got to say that these past...
    (Reuters) - Jimmy Butler felt sorry for being unable to lead the Miami Heat to an NBA title after losing to the Los Angeles Lakers, but he said he was now more motivated to fulfil his promise of winning the championship with the franchise next year. In his debut season with the team, the 31-year-old Butler elevated his game as the Heat stormed to the Finals for the first time since 2014, only to lose the best-of-seven title series 4-2 on Sunday. The Lakers captured a record-tying 17th NBA Championship with a 106-93 victory in Game 6, with Finals MVP and former Heat player LeBron James leading the charge. "This is what my team needed me to do, the organization asked of me," Butler told reporters. "I told them that I would win them one and I didn't hold up my end of the bargain, so that means I got to do it next year. "I told (president) Pat (Riley), I told coach Spo (Erik Spoelstra) I'm here to win one. I didn't do my job, so moving forward, I...
    This is part two of a series about Shelby Talcott’s arrest in Louisville. I’m going to jail. This has been clear for the last few hours. I’ve covered a lot of these protests, riots, and nights filled with violence, both from police and protesters. But I’ve never been arrested and sent to jail for it. Not even close until now. It’s kind of an odd thing. Neither the police nor the protesters seem to like journalists very much. That’s one thing I’ve learned. Antifa will fuck you up as fast as “12,” the protester slang for police. Black Lives Matter has been markedly less violent. More outraged, but definitely less violent than Black Bloc. Still, we’ve seen firsthand that BLM and its “allies” will chase you down if they decide you aren’t there to boost their cause – if you don’t raise the fist, so to speak. In the last few months, I’ve been hopping from city to city covering the unrest gripping America as we head down the home stretch toward the election. The latest was Louisville following the AG’s...
    The New York Mets have not made the playoffs since 2016 when the team lost its National League Wildcard game to the San Francisco Giants. And, since the team's magical World Series run in 2015, it feels as though hope has been lost in Queens. Again, on Saturday, Mets players expressed their frustrations with missing the postseason in a shortened season. LEMAHIEU BATTING TITLE, VOIT HR CROWN NEAR AS YANKS WIN The Washington Nationals, who also aren’t going to the postseason even after their 2019 World Series victory, completed a doubleheader sweep of the Mets. The New York club needed to win their final three games of the season to even have a chance at the postseason. “I wish we had 100 more,” Mets first baseman Pete Alonso said. “I feel like this team is built to win. We have a ridiculous amount of talent. It’s unfortunate we couldn’t put it together in a 60-game timespan. We had a lot of talent and we just didn’t do it.” MARLINS CLINCH 1ST PLAYOFF BERTH SINCE 2003, BEAT YANKS 4-3 Luis Rojas,...
    Online Trading Academy deceived customers for years, FTC says The Six Best Radar Detectors You Can Buy Right Now Reese Witherspoon Says She Was Terrified of Becoming a Mom at 22: You Just Do It Reese Witherspoon is opening up about being a mom in the spotlight. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Big Little Lies actress appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show on Tuesday in which friend and host Drew Barrymore asked about how Witherspoon felt when she became a mom at the start of her Hollywood career. “To be completely candid, I was terrified too,” Witherspoon, 44, said of being a young parent. “I got pregnant when I was 22 years old, and I didn’t know how to balance work and motherhood, you just do it.” “I didn’t know if I was going to have steady work, too,” she continued. “I made movies but I hadn’t established myself as someone who could demand that it shoot close to my kids’ school.” Witherspoon added that at the time she “didn’t have any real...
    Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has confessed about not wanting to work with late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, saying he had his own reasons. Anurag shared WhatsApp chats with Sushant’s manager on Twitter to explain why he didn’t want to work with the late actor. The chat he had with the late actor’s manager is dated May 22 and June 14. “I am sorry that I am doing this but this chat is from three weeks before he passed away. Chat with his manager on 22 May.. havent don’t it so far but feel the need now.. yes I didn’t want to work with him for my own reasons (sic),” he wrote while sharing a screenshot. Anurag Kashyap Claims Kangana Ranaut Rejected Saand Ki Aankh After Asking Director to Make It a Solo-Heroine Project The chat has Sushant’s manager requesting him to cast the actor in his next project. “I know u don’t like people pitching actors… I feel I can take that chance with u.. please keep sushant singh Rajput in mind if u feel he fits in anywhere with u....
    During his visit to Kenosha, Wis., on Thursday, former Vice President Joe Biden offered a variety of suggestions for criminal justice reform under his campaign but Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., questioned why he hadn’t executed these proposals in his almost 50 years of service. “Why will the 48th year of your public service be different from the previous 47?” he asked “Bill Hemmer Reports.” “I mean, there's nothing new in what he proposed. So why didn't you do it when you had eight years?” Gowdy pointed out that the Department of Justice under the Obama Administration saw a decline in firearms prosecutions, which means the department that wanted elevated gun laws was “doing a worse job prosecuting the ones we currently have.” Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks as he meets with community members at Grace Lutheran Church in Kenosha, Wis., Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) As a prosecutor, Gowdy said this is where he disagrees with Biden and explained that harmful members of society need to be separated, not offered assistive programs. “I...
    A TROUBLED teen killed herself after telling a pal on the phone: "I'm going to do it", an inquest heard today. Chloe Davison, 19, was found hanged at her family home in County Durham on December 20. Chloe was found dead at her family home in County Durham on December 20 aged just 19 The teen was obsessed with getting likes on social media The teenager was on the phone to her pal telling her "I've got it round my neck, I am going to do it" before the line went dead, the hearing was told. Emergency crews rushed to her home but were unable to save her and she was declared dead at the scene. The inquest heard how Chloe had been receiving mental health support since the age of 16 and had a history of self-harm and binge drinking. Before her death, her family had expressed concern about the care she received from the Tees Esk and Wear Valley Foundation Trust, who appeared to have discharged her from a disorders team but failed to appoint a support worker....
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters. Trump: So shower heads, you take a shower, the water doesn’t come out. You wanna wash your hands, the water doesn’t come out… Dishwashers you didn’t have any water… In most places of the country, water is not a problem. They don’t know what do with it. It’s called rain pic.twitter.com/rx96mCFsae — Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) July 16, 2020
    Dear Moneyist, Stimulus checks should not be taken for back child support. Not all people who don’t pay, or are behind on child support are dead-beat parents. Sometimes shit happens in life and we are forced to miss payment’s due to various reasons: losing your job, family emergencies, health reasons etc. There are legitimate reasons why some parents can’t pay. Everyone’s situation is different. I was unemployed for a year. Up until that happened, I paid on time every month for 6 years. As soon as I got back to work, it started paying again. So I got back on track and continued to make payments for 3 years consecutively, and I was on time every month. I switched jobs and missed several months. Once I got back on track, the payments started. I’m currently making payments and I’m current for the last year. I went to court to address the back support, we agreed to pay extra $50 a month until the $16,000 in back support is paid. Related: ‘I’m astounded that I have NOT...
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