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    Ex-presidential niece Mary Trump told SiriusXM host Dean Obeidallah that it is “dangerous” for former President Donald Trump not to be prosecuted for the Capitol insurrection. On Friday’s edition of The Dean Obeidallah Show, the host talked with Ms. Trump about the fact that the Justice Department has not criminally charged Donald Trump yet for his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Trump was critical of Attorney General Merrick Garland, suggesting he’s an “idiot” for apparently not pursuing a case: Dean: We need to start pressuring the DOJ. I’m chanting “lock him up.” I’m chanting: I hope you investigate it, go before a grand jury, present the evidence, and they don’t want to indict I can live with that, but I think they will indict. And if it goes in front of a jury and he’s acquitted I can live with that as well, I believe in our system. But not bringing it to a grand jury, not presenting it for potential indictment, not prosecuting?! I think historians will look back go this is one of the biggest mistakes the United States of America...
    (CNN Business)A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here.Friday's satirical headline by The Onion said it best: "Nation Nearly Strings Together 3 Good Days In Row."The blessing of Thanksgiving on Thursday was followed by a curse on Friday: Urgent news about the new Covid variant named Omicron. The reality is that "we know almost nothing about the Omicron variant," as this headline on The Atlantic's website helpfully states. But the abrupt reactions to the news -- stock selloffs, travel restrictions, endless Twitter threads -- made Omicron the top story of the weekend across all sorts of news websites and networks.Now the world is in a sort of information holding pattern, as reflected by this banner on CNN Sunday afternoon: "QUESTIONS & CONCERNS BUT STILL SPARSE DATA ON NEW COVID VARIANT." Sociologist Zeynep Tufekci put it this way: "South Africa has gifted us an early warning with Omicron. But earlier the warning, the less we know."Author and podcaster Derek Thompson, one of the smartest voices out there about the...
    Michael Strahan nearly flew on a rocket ship to outer space before the Giants retired his number. It took that long. “I do go, ‘Well, what took you so long?’” Strahan, 50, said in a conference call Wednesday. “But it is an honor.” Strahan’s star has risen so meteorically on television that he was invited to be a guest passenger on billionaire Jeff Bezos’ next 10-minute Blue Origin flight to outer space on Dec. 9. The Hall of Fame pass rusher will have his No. 92 jersey retired first, on Sunday when the Giants host the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. But Strahan made clear he feels the ceremony is way overdue. “I’ll be honest with you, I would have honestly expected it a long time ago,” the ‘Good Morning America’ host said. “I’ve been in the NFL Hall of Fame for seven years now. All of the things that I did with the Giants, I would have expected it a little bit sooner, but it’s still an honor. “I don’t want it to...
    Getty Kyle Richards Kyle Richards is being honest about how her friend is doing. During a recent appearance on the “Watch What Happens Live After Show,” Richards shared a heartbreaking update on her friend and “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” costar, Dorit Kemsley, after robbers invaded her home less than a month ago. “[Dorit]’s doing, not so great now to be honest,” Richards said. “When it first happened she was unbelievably strong and I was so impressed by how she handled the situation when it actually happened. And then the days after, I think the shock wore off and it hit her and I think it’s going to take her a long time to get over that.” #RHOBH star @KyleRichards shares an update on how Dorit Kemsley is doing after her recent home invasion. #WWHL pic.twitter.com/WpBCA0bSql — WWHL (@BravoWWHL) November 17, 2021 Richards continued, “I don’t know if you ever get over something like that, you know, having two men in your bedroom in the middle of the night and one man downstairs and just to be home alone with your kids...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Don Orsillo was Jerry Remy’s broadcast partner on NESN and TV-38 for 15 years. On Sunday, Orsillo shared his favorite memories of Remy with WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche. “We just had fun. It was two guys watching baseball together having fun… we just enjoyed each other’s company and I think that came through.” READ MORE: US Postal Service Says No Mail-In Ballots Were Thrown Out In South Boston After AllegationsRemy passed away on Saturday. He was 68 years old. “I’m not sure that it’s really hit me yet. It’s a lifetime of memories a great deal of thankfulness for everything that he meant to me. He was more than a friend, he was the very reason why I got into the major leagues,” said Orsillo. Orsillo said in many ways, Remy taught him how to be an adult. “I got to the majors at a relatively young age and he was a family member to me.” “[We] lived through it all in the 15 years that we were broadcast partners. I am so glad that he was in...
    TYSON FURY claims his mum has NEVER been to one of his fights. And she doesn’t care about the Gypsy King being world champion so long as he is ‘healthy and happy’. 1Tyson Fury's mum has never been to one of his fights and doesn't care the Gypsy King is world champCredit: AP Fury is world boxing’s No1 after defeating Deontay Wilder in Saturday’s Las Vegas trilogy battle. He had been hoping to fight Anthony Joshua in an all-British, world heavyweight unifier. But AJ lost his belts to Oleksandr Usyk last month and has already triggered his rematch clause - with that fight likely taking place in March. Fury will now consider his options after becoming king of the ring. But one person who isn’t too interested in his next step is Fury’s mum, Amber. The Gypsy King claims she has never watched him fight, either as an amateur or a pro. Most read in SportHIGH ROAD First gay player drafted to NFL responds to Gruden's 'homophobic' emailsLive BlogFURY WILDER 3 Gypsy King dropped TWICE but WINS epic, Bronze Bomber will NOT retireSKATER...
    Dear Amy: My good friend just found out that her husband has a grown child he’s never known about. Amy Dickinson  This person was born many years before my friend and her husband even knew each other. He was not in a relationship with the mother of this child. My friend is shattered. She has always been proud of her long marriage and their great kids, who are all doing well. Now she believes the reality of her “perfect” family has been shattered. She can’t seem to believe the man she thought she knew could have been so sexually casual. I have stepchildren that I enjoy, and I’d like to convince her that this is not the end of the world. I hope she can get back to enjoying her marriage and family. Related Articles Ask Amy: I’m afraid my grandson’s habit will get him ridiculed in his dorm Ask Amy: My girlfriend is throwing a fit about a cruise I’m paying for Ask Amy: I know why my wife doesn’t like my boss’s...
    Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz blasted the controversial anti-abortion law in Texas that bans most abortions after just six weeks of pregnancy. The Supreme Court declined to prevent the law from going into effect after opponents filed an emergency petition to stop it. The law is unique in that it does not allow state officials to enforce it, but instead permits “any person, other than an officer or employee of a state or local governmental entity in this state” to sue any person who “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion.” Winning plaintiffs are entitled to receive $10,000 from each defendant. “Well, I think it’s so unconstitutional, I don’t even know where to begin,” Dershowitz said on Newsmax Thursday. “The idea of giving individuals the right to enforce the law – what if Texas next passed a law saying that anybody had the right to prevent gay marriage? If any gay people get married you can sue them, and anybody who facilitated the gay marriage and collect $10,000? Or any Black...
    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,...
    Harris Faulkner claimed that a Defense Department spokesman was being 'disingenuous' when he said he wasn't sure how many Americans were still in Afghanistan. Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner on Thursday claimed that the Biden administration should know the whereabouts of every American in Afghanistan because the administration is also tracking people on Facebook. While discussing ongoing efforts to airlift people out of Afghanistan at a Defense Department press conference on Wednesday, Pentagon press secretary John Kirby told reporters he "[didn't] know how many Americans" were still in the country, where the Taliban retook power over the weekend. Kirby referred reporters to the State Department for detailed information, noting, "We don't have that kind of granularity." On her program "Outnumbered Overtime," Faulkner expressed disbelief in Kirby's statement to fellow Fox News host Brian Kilmeade, describing the press secretary as "disingenuous." "You don't think they have a list? Heck, they have a list of us when we say stuff on Facebook. They're working with big tech to find out whether or...
    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., lashed out at President Biden on Monday for his response to mass protests that broke out in Cuba a day earlier. "I don't know why it's so hard for them to criticize Marxists," Rubio said of the Biden administration in an appearance on "Hannity."  CUBAN PRESIDENT URGES COUNTRY'S ‘REVOLUTIONARY’ CITIZENS TO COUNTER PROTESTS The Biden State Department initially tied the historic protests in Cuba to COVID-19 concerns rather than the country’s communist government. Rubio slammed that charge – as well as the president’s silence over the weekend – as a "major failure."  Biden "left out the word Marxist and communist and socialist," when assigning blame, Rubio said.  "What you just described, the murderous nature of the Castro regime, that's the way every Marxist regime has ever been, always, because Marxism and socialism is built on this….you go to a people and you say 'there's this group of good, noble people and there's this group of oppressors that are trying to destroy them. Give us the power to crush the oppressors…' but the price of that of course is your freedom so they win and then what happens? You don't get those things and you...
    IF you've ever spent any time on dating apps, then you'll know that you have to swipe through a few frogs until you match with your prince. But for plus-size social media star Beth Caldwell, Tinder is just another outlet where she's subjected to cruel trolling over her weight. 3Beth's video has racked up over 82,000 'likes'Credit: @bethany.c.caldwell/Tiktok 3She said she 'looked fly as hell' in this photoCredit: @bethany.c.caldwell/Tiktok In a viral video that's racked up over 82,000 "likes", Beth gave her 58,000 followers an insight into what it's like to date online as a plus-size woman. She said: "If you've ever wondered what it's like dating while fat, well today is your lucky day." Earlier this year, Beth matched with a guy called Justin on the app - who boasted in his bio that he's a "rebel" because he doesn't watch pornography and that exercise is like "breathing to him". After he specifically said "obesity isn't beautiful or healthy" on his profile, Beth claims he went out of his way to match with her so he could lecture her...
    THE British public have put up with an awful lot in the past year.  We have agreed to be confined to our homes. We have been denied the most basic rights of assembly.  8Boris Johnson's pact with the British people is in danger of breaking down over two-tier travel rulesCredit: David Cliff / Story Picture Agency We have been forced to make sacrifices we would never have dreamed possible in peacetime. If there is one thing that has got us through it, then it is that we have all been in it together.  We have seen the same standards applied to the Queen as to her subjects. We have seen the most powerful people going through the same boring routines as the rest of us. So when people have been seen to break that pact, as Matt Hancock did so spectacularly last week, they must go.  It is against our most basic sense of fairness. We’re either all in this together or there are special people who get special privileges. If that is the case, the whole thing breaks down....
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    During a Friday phone interview on Newsmax TV’s “Wake Up America,” former President Donald Trump tore into National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr. Anthony Fauci, who served as part of the coronavirus task force. Trump described Fauci as a “very good promoter” but not “a very good doctor.” He said he did not listen to much of Fauci’s advice when it comes to handling the pandemic, adding had he listened, “it would’ve been not so good.” “He was a very good promoter,” Trump said of Fauci. “I don’t think he was a very good doctor, but he was a very good promoter.” “He’s been there for what 40 some odd years. He is almost like a staple. And I think, frankly, uh, it was fine. Don’t forget. I didn’t listen to him too much. You know, had I listened to him, it would’ve been not so good. But I did listen to his opinion,” he added. “I respect everybody. I want people’s opinion. I listen to his opinion, and then I did what I think was right. And...
    It's the diagram of evolution we're all familiar with – starting with an ape figure which slowly turns into an upright human. But the famous depiction of the history of man should be 'expunged from the record of everything', according to an expert. Dr Adam Rutherford, a geneticist at University College London, said the diagram portrays 'wronger things about evolution than anything else'. And he argues it should be removed from biology books. Speaking at the Cheltenham Science Festival, he said the image of a 'line of men starting with a monkey who slowly get more upright to a white guy with a beard' was damaging for understanding the science of evolution. He added: 'It implies a directional sophistication and intelligence. It's from a textbook in 1965, and if I had one wish I would expunge it from the record of everything.' Dr Adam Rutherford, a geneticist at University College London, said a famous diagram of human evolution portrays 'wronger things about evolution than anything else'. And he argues it should be removed from biology books The original diagram,...
    Prince Harry was today blasted by a royal expert for being 'the victim again' after saying that he was born into extraordinary privilege - before hinting that he believes this has changed since he quit royal life with Meghan Markle last year. The Duke of Sussex revealed that when he and Meghan first started dating they 'pretended they didn't know each other' in a supermarket to hide their relationship. In a wide-ranging interview he also admitted to hating royal life so much he wanted to quit in his 20s and that Meghan has concluded: 'You don't need to be a princess.' Harry also said of privilege: 'I truly believe you can move along the spectrum as well, wherever you were born you may start in one place but that will change over time'.  He told Dax Shepard's 'Armchair Expert' show that the couple tried to stay 'incognito' during his wife's first trip to stay with him in London in 2016, where he lived at Kensington Palace, texting items for their shopping list from across food aisles. Harry also compared his...
    President Biden is pushing a radical agenda with the help of "a very compliant media," Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway told "Fox News Primetime" Thursday HEMINGWAY: I think that people just don't care what he has to say, because the brand that he's put out and that the media have put out is just so at odds with reality, and so people don't need to hear something like that when they know that what matters is what he's doing.  He claims he's a unifier. You know, he gave lip service to that during his inaugural address. But the way he's governing is so divisive, so radical and being pushed through against, you know, a Congress that is very divided. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEWThis article was written by Fox News staff.
    Former President Donald Trump believes the federal raid on his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is “so unfair.” Appearing on the Fox Business Network’s Mornings with Maria Thursday, the former president — in response to a question from anchor Maria Bartiromo — sounded off about the search warrant executed on Giuliani’s apartment Wednesday. “Rudy Giuliani is a great patriot,” Trump said. “He does these things — he just loves this country. And they raid his apartment?! It’s like, so unfair! And such a double standard like I don’t think anybody’s ever seen before. It’s very, very unfair.” Trump went on to plead ignorance about what it is federal investigators are seeking. “I don’t know what they’re looking for, what they’re doing,” Trump said. “They say it had to do with filings of various papers? Lobbying filings?” According to The New York Times, the investigation into Giuliani centers on his dealings with Ukraine, and the question of whether he illegally lobbied the Trump administration in 2019 on behalf of that nation’s officials, as well as several oligarchs. The former mayor has admitted he...
    Dear Amy: My son will turn 35 this summer. We have been estranged for three years. Amy Dickinson  He is an only child who had a nice, safe, happy childhood with no abuse. We were always very close. He got married and moved away 10 years ago. After he moved, I became aware of some mental health issues and substance abuse. He was unemployed and spiraling. Over the years I loaned him a lot of money that he never paid back. When he asked for a very large sum three years ago and I said no, he called me every foul word under the sun and cut me out of his life. I’ve struggled to move on without him and am managing, at least until people who know I have a son but don’t know about the estrangement press me for updates on how he is, where he lives, what he does, etc. Related Articles Ask Amy: My girlfriend won’t share Mother’s Day with my mom Ask Amy: She won’t stop talking about my mental illness...
    (CNN)Judge Peter Cahill was way, way out of line to suggest Monday that the words of Rep. Maxine Waters -- one of many leaders calling for protests against police killings and racial injustice -- violated her oath of office and might somehow poison the murder trial of Derek Chauvin. It's nothing short of outrageous that Cahill told Chauvin's attorney, Eric Nelson, after closing statements, that "Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned." Not even close. Read More Jurors in the Chauvin case, like all jurors, have been instructed to disregard media accounts of the trial and focus solely on the evidence presented at trial. The Chauvin jurors have been partially sequestered and supervised in the courthouse throughout the trial (though they have gone home at night), and as of Monday are fully sequestered, staying overnight in a hotel, separated from their phones and electronic devices -- measures deliberately intended to place them in an information bubble where comments from politicians cannot be heard. JUST WATCHEDHear Maxine Waters'...
    Baby Queen is a rising singer-songwriter, armed with biting wit and unbridled emotional honesty. She opened up to Insider about her reckless path to fame, dating life, and most personal lyrics. She also explained the inspiration behind her newest single, "Dover Beach," released on Wednesday. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bella Latham claims she doesn't really believe in astrology — but also said she's "a Leo to a T, which is basically like, I'm an arrogant piece of s---." "We're actually really nice people. We just like attention," she recently explained through her computer screen, draped in a red-and-white letterman jacket with "BQ" emblazoned on the front. "It's like, I will buy everyone at this entire bar a shot tonight and be broke for the rest of the month, just so that you can have a good night," she grinned. "But you have to compliment me, too." Maybe it's because she's a Leo, or maybe it's because she's an artist, but self-mythologizing seems to come as naturally to Latham as breathing. She talks of planning different "eras"...
    Actress Urvashi Rautela’s assertion that she does not know any cricketer has gone viral, as have memes around the subject. In the past, she has been linked with cricketer Rishabh Pant. It all began during a recent interactive session of Urvashi on Instagram, where she was responding to various questions from fans. Urvashi Rautela Performs Striptease, Announces Second Part of ‘Love Dose’ With Yo Yo Honey Singh (Watch Video). On being asked who is her favourite cricketer, the actress replied: “I don’t watch cricket at all so don’t know any cricketers. I have deep respect for Sachin sir and Virat sir.” This response from the actress left many netizens surprised. Urvashi Rautela on International Women’s Day 2021: We Need Representation That Reflects All Women. Needless to mention that screenshots of her response and memes made on the same have gone viral on social media. (The above story first appeared on News Brig on Apr 02, 2021 03:25 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website newsbrig.com). ...
    MANY parents know the struggle of having to deal with kids desperate to go to McDonald’s.  One savvy mum has revealed her very clever solution; keeping old Maccies boxes so she can give her children pretend McNuggets - and they don’t know the difference. 5TikTok user Megan Insel shard how she tricks her kids into thinking they are eating a real McDonald's by putting her own food in old containersCredit: TikTok TikTok user Megan Insel, who posts under @meganinsel, shared her hack in a video, and it has racked up over 370,000 likes.  She captioned her video: “Welcome to MEGdonalds.” In the popular clip, she showed how she kept containers for McDonald’s fries, McNuggets and the Happy Meal box itself.  She then showed how she simply fills it up with nuggets and chips she has at home, and adds a little toy.  5Megan showed how she puts her own nuggets inside the McNuggets boxCredit: TikTok 5Megan also adds her own chips to the genuine McDonald's fries boxCredit: TikTok 5She also adds a little toy to look like a real Happy...
    MARRIED AT First Sight Australia's Jessika Power has revealed that she can't stop crying and "feels so down" because she's "going through something". The 28-year-old star did not share any details about what she is struggling with, but said that she was speaking out to let fans know "it's okay not to be okay". 4Jessika opened up to fans on Instagram Taking to her Instagram Story, the reality TV favourite filmed herself in a simple blue dress as she spoke directly to the camera. In the lengthy video, Jessika explained that she "didn't understand" influencers who would post clips of themselves crying on social media. She continued: "I'm going through something at the moment, I'm really upset and it's gotten me quite down. I have just been crying all night and all day. "I was sitting in the bathroom to do work, putting my make-up on and trying to pick an outfit to wear and I just sat there like: 'Wow, it's so funny, I'm really down right now and I'm just going to have to smile and put on...
    At this time last year, most Americans understood that social distancing was a form of punishment. "It’s not good for man to be alone." That’s one of the very first observations in the book that forms the basis of Western civilization, and we've lived accordingly. Apart from the death penalty, the harshest things we do to criminals in this country include separating them from other people. Prisoners have chosen lethal injection over solitary confinement; that's how badly human beings need to be close to one another. So when they told us to stay far apart from each other last spring in the name of public health, it was an enormous sacrifice, whether or not we understood it at the time. Because this was a trusting and law-abiding country, we obeyed that order. We barely grumbled about it. We assumed they knew best. "Stay six feet from each other." That was social distancing. It was the law and most of us followed that law. But where did that law come from? Who did the scientific research that determines six feet was the safest distance...
    DEAR ABBY: My granddaughter just informed me she has decided she would be happier living as a boy, and she has gone so far as to legally change her name. Jeanne Phillips  I want to be supportive, but I admit I’m having a lot of trouble accepting it, or at least figuring out how to deal with it. She’s my only grandchild and most likely the only one I’ll ever have. I loved my granddaughter with all my heart, and I don’t know how to shift gears to a grandson. I keep stumbling when I try to use the new name. I would welcome any suggestions you could make, including information about support groups you might know of. GRANDMA IN PAIN Related Articles Dear Abby: They forced their 9-year-old to look at smut for hours Dear Abby: Should I stay with a man who’s moving back home? Dear Abby: The bride is furious after her wedding arch was trashed by relatives Dear Abby: Letter about piggy-bank theft forever changed my son’s life ...
    Texas bakery gives away thousands of dollars in groceries to help those hardest hit by storms Christopher Cantwell, known as The Crying Nazi, sentenced to 41 months in prison on extortion charges Big Ed has definitely come a long way when it comes to his 90 Day Fiancé journey. ET spoke with the reality star on Wednesday about TLC cameras following him as he steps back into the dating world on 90 Day: The Single Life, and he gave an update on where things stand between him and his ex-girlfriend, Rose, after their messy breakup in the Philippines. Ed recently virtually reunited with Rose on 90 Day Bares All, and got some closure with her after their explosive confrontation on the tell-all special that aired in June. He also left the door open when it comes to the two keeping in touch, pointedly telling her as she signed off, "Bye, for now." Ed tells ET's Melicia Johnson that he did "flirt with the idea" of starting something up again with Rose after their conversation on 90 Day Bares All went so...
    Let Them Play CA officials are taking their fight to bring back high school and youth sports to the state capitol in Sacramento. The grassroots advocacy group is planning a rally and news conference Thursday morning on the west side of the capitol that will include Let Them Play CA leaders and 100-plus student-athletes from all sports. The athletes will carry boxes of letters that no doubt will urge state officials to ease guidelines so all sports can return across California. The rally comes at a time when Gov. Gavin Newsom is constantly asked about youth sports, including at a news conference Wednesday in Fresno County. Newsom essentially said the same thing that he did Tuesday at Levi’s Stadium, telling Fresno-area reporters, “We are looking forward to making an announcement. “I have been working personally, directly, with advocates that include my wife and myself, to get youth sports up and going again.” Newsom again noted that he is the father of four children and said he deeply desires to see “youth sports competition return. Now...
    Suns forward Jae Crowder recently revealed he has been the target of an increasing number of death threats and that the source of the hate behind them remains a mystery. The NBA veteran told the Arizona Republic he gets death threats “all the time,” but he had gotten an “overwhelming number” in recent days, leading to him to address the situation publicly on his Instagram account. “I don’t know where this is coming from,” Crowder told the Arizona Republic on Tuesday. “I don’t know who’s behind it. I don’t know what fan base is behind it. I don’t know anything about it. I’m just trying to take precautions and what I need to do to protect myself and my family. That’s what I’m doing.” Crowder initially brought up the death threats earlier this week in a series of Instagram posts. “IT’S WILD TO ME THE AMOUNT OF DEATH THREATS I GET ON THE REGULAR..HOW CAN PPL SEND ME MESSAGES/MAIL WANTIN TO KILL ME, BUT NEVER MET ME.!” Crowder wrote. “I GOTTA UP MY SECURITY SINCE I DONT EVEN KNOW WHERE...
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    More On: wwe WWE power couple announces birth of first child Pat McAfee on NXT WarGames, ‘f–k you’ wrestling moment, Giants’ chances AEW crowns new world champ, debuts major WCW legend WWE legend and trailblazer dead at 79 Lana, whose real name is CJ Perry, wants nothing more than to be a champion in WWE. She will get a chance Sunday at the Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view (7 p.m., WWE Network) when she and Asuka face WWE women’s tag team champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler. Prior to that, Lana will have a match on Monday Night Raw (8 p.m., USA Network) against Jax, who has been her main antagonist during her underdog story arc. Before the big week, Lana took time for some Q&A with The Post’s Joseph Staszewski. (Edited for brevity and length) Q: What’s it been like for you to play out a story with your character on TV that’s very similar to your own personal journey in wrestling right now? A: It makes it a lot more emotional for sure. It’s challenging, but...
    Prince William and Kate Middleton admitted today that they were still struggling over their plans for Christmas. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, told students in Cardiff that they didn't know who to spend the festive season with. 'It is so difficult, we are still trying to make plans,' William said. 'It's difficult to know what to do for the best.' The couple's comments come days after a royal expert claimed the Queen wants her children and grandchildren to 'enjoy Christmas with their other loved-ones' and 'not feel torn' as she prepares for a 'quiet' festive season at Windsor.  Lily Faulkner, 21, a second year Politics and International Studies student at Cardiff University said after her chat with the Cambridges: 'They were trying like the rest of us to make Christmas plans with their family and still weren't 100 per cent sure of what they were going to do or where they were going to be.' The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge admitted today that they were still struggling over their plans for Christmas The Duke and Duchess of...
    Comedian Sarah Silverman admitted that she was able to get away with offensive jokes during her career simply because being a liberal allows her to say “words that are unsayable” to people with other political views. “There are a lot of problematic things looking back, but such is comedy. It’s not evergreen,” Silverman said on the “SmartLess” podcast, which is hosted by actors Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett. SARAH SILVERMAN SHARES VIDEO OF PASTOR WISHING FOR HER 'UNTIMELY DEATH': 'HE IS GOING TO GET ME KILLED' The provocative Silverman has told jokes mocking everything from religion to rape throughout her career. She also wore blackface during a sketch from her 2007 TV show, “The Sarah Silverman Program". Hayes noted that Silverman avoided controversy over some of her edgier material, while other comedians would have landed in hot water with similar jokes.  “I think it’s the intention behind it… I always said the opposite of what I thought and that was the joke kind of, but hopefully the truth transcends that I don’t really feel this way,” she said. “That comedy I did,...
    Senator Kevin Cramer (R- ND) downplayed concerns Sunday on Meet the Press about the Donald Trump team’s legal fight amid the president’s ongoing attacks on the election. Chuck Todd noted that after a judge rejected the Trump team’s arguments in Pennsylvania, that state’s Republican senator Pat Toomey congratulated President-elect Joe Biden and said it’s time for Trump to accept he lost. Todd asked Cramer, “Do you concur with Senator Toomey that it is now over?” “No, I do not,” Cramer said. “Although I think it’s very likely.” The senator told Todd, “I don’t know why we’re so easily offended by a president that’s carrying out all of his legal options in court, not encouraging any riots or burnings of buildings or beating up of Democrats coming out of Democratic meeting or events.” “I don’t think this is an attack on our democracy,” Cramer said, responding to the warning Todd gave at the beginning of the program. “We spent four years listening to news shows and liberals trying to discredit the Trump administration to the point of spying on him...
    Dear Amy: My former wife and I were married for almost 30 years. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Eight years ago, she informed me that she wanted to change careers and move to a different part of the country. For many different reasons, I chose not to follow her on her new path, and we went through an amicable divorce. My ex and I have had little contact, but always cordial, via telephone and text message. We have no children, and there was never any expectation that we would reconcile. Six years ago, I developed a relationship with another woman. I told my ex-wife about my new relationship, and she seemed happy for me. Related Articles Ask Amy: The bride’s pretense could lead to wedding humiliation for me Ask Amy: She’s in a snit about our Christmas gift plan and acts like she’s the victim Ask Amy: Which was ruder, her text or my reaction? Ask Amy: We let them stay at our place, and what happened made me very uncomfortable...
    Was Election Day just another Tuesday on Facebook? Chipotle struggles with staffing as coronavirus cases rise What we know — and don’t know — about the presidential election results so far The presidential election is too close to call. © Samuel Corum/Getty Images Neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump has yet come close to winning the 270 electoral votes needed for victory. As of 1:10 am Eastern time, neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump has yet come close to winning the 270 electoral votes needed for victory. Most key swing states have not been called for either candidate. And we will simply have to wait some time longer for more votes to be counted. (You can follow live results from Decision Desk at this link.) There are extra challenges to calling these races, due to the unprecedented number of mail ballots because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Democrats were more likely to vote by mail, and Republicans were more likely to vote in person on Election Day. So, as we’ve seen throughout the night, counts of which candidate is...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The road to recovery from the pandemic has been financially devastating in most places.  But downtown St. Paul may be an exception. While downtown Minneapolis has seen a significant hit to businesses, new data suggests the impact in St. Paul may not be so severe. WCCO looks at how the city appears to be holding its own. Life as we know it has changed. But it seems in the state’s second-largest city, the changes have been a bit less crippling. Joe Spartz heads up BOMA — the local building owners and manager association. He says this new data is “surprising.” Amidst a financially devastating pandemic, occupancy is up in St. Paul more than a percentage point from 89.85% to 91%. Spartz says St. Paul was thriving before COVID, downtown residency was up 112% over the past decade and three huge new projects were in the works. “So what we are seeing play out here in these numbers is a reflex of that,” he said. “And the reality is in the long term and the business community we...
    Dear Amy: I’m a 22-year-old woman, and I got dumped last week by my boyfriend (he is 21). Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  We had been together for two months. It was the most romantic and happiest time for us both. We made plans to spend our lives together (getting married, having kids, etc.). His reason for the breakup was to spend time on his own to deal with his PTSD and depression from an abusive relationship that he got out of this year. He called our relationship “right person, wrong time,” but I asked him if the breakup was permanent yesterday, and he said it was. He said that when he feels better, he’ll want a fresh start, but I don’t understand. If I’m the right person, then why is he ending our relationship? Whenever he said he loved me or wanted a life with me and that he has never been as in love until me, I could tell he was telling the truth. I love him so much and this has affected me so badly. Related...
    In Amy Coney Barrett’s America, the Supreme Court will take health care away from millions of people during a deadly pandemic. That is inevitable, at least, if you believe what Democrats had to say on the first day of Barrett’s confirmation hearing. Democrats had plenty of visual props to reinforce this point: Photos of people with pre-existing conditions on easels, which had the effect of making this confirmation hearing look more like a murder trial. Despite all of this, Barrett wasn’t explicitly cast as the villain, but rather, as a pawn. In fact, while invoking the horrific outcomes that would surely follow her confirmation, Democrats rarely said her name. This was presumably because they don’t really want this to be about Barrett—they don’t want to risk turning a villain into a victim. Instead, they attempted to scaremonger the concept of her on the bench, without taking the time to demonize her as an individual.
    Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier tried to conjure up some sort of rivalry with the New York Yankees on Friday as he prepared for the upcoming series against the Bronx Bombers. Kiermaier was blunt when asked about the American League Divisional Series matchup against the Yankees, which is set to begin Monday. RAYS' KEVIN CASH ISSUES APPARENT THREAT AFTER YANKEES' AROLDIS CHAPMAN BUZZES BATTER “With all the history we have had the last couple of years, it is what it is, I have said many times they don’t like us and we don’t like them,” the outfielder told reporters, according to the New York Post. “It is going to continue to stay that way and it is going to be a very fun and energetic [series] and I know each team is going to try and put it to the opposition. I know that for a fact. It’s going to be two great teams playing against each other. I know our guys are real excited and ready to go and we plan to have the same thoughts when we...
    InstagramThe ‘Without You’ singer, who spoke with Trevor Noah on ‘The Daily Show’, describes her racist experience, which caused a ‘shocking’ feeling when she was growing up among whites. AceShowbiz – Maria Carey Has enjoyed a fair share of growing racism. In a new revealing interview about his new book “The Meaning of Maria”, the “Fantasy” hitmaker opened up about his “most horrific” trials when he was branded a “Mongol” due to his mixed race background. Appears on Friday, October 2 episodeDaily ShowThe 50-year-old shared that he grew up in “mostly white neighborhoods with people with good homes.” Trevor Noah, “There I hate to use the word for most of them, but a Mongolian. So, for that reason they don’t have a very high opinion of me.” Ex-wife Nick Cannon He made the revelation after being asked how he handled a memory that was locked in a room during a birthday party and was repeatedly called n-word by his white colleagues. Recalling a particularly painful moment in his life, he admitted, “It was a very painful experience.” The hitmaker “All...
    Some of the most outspoken House Democrats who pushed to impeach President Trump early in his first term say doing so again over filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat before the election may not be the right strategy. During an interview on ABC News’s This Week on Sunday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked if she and House Democrats would attempt to impeach Trump or Attorney General William Barr as a way to prevent the Senate from confirming a Trump appointed Supreme Court nominee. “We have our options. We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now. But the fact is we have a big challenge in our country,” Pelosi said. “This president has threatened to not even accept the results of the election.” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy responded by saying about his fellow Californian, “I will make you this one promise, listening to the speaker on television this weekend. If she tries to move for an impeachment based upon the president following the Constitution, I think there will be a move on the floor...
    CDC says coronavirus is airborne and can spread farther than 6 feet Deion Sanders hired as head coach at Jackson State Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Sophy Holland/Bravo Season 13 of The Real Housewives of New York City is shaping up to look a little different. “We’re working on next season,” Andy Cohen teased to Us Weekly in August 2020. “I’m excited for what we have planned.” The long-running reality TV show first saw changes during the summer of 2019 when Bethenny Frankel opted not to return for season 12 just before filming began. While fans often ask the Skinnygirl CEO to come back via social media, Bethenny’s made it clear that she’s done with the franchise. “I haven’t been watching. I saw the first episode and part of another one, so I don’t know what’s going on there. There’s a lot of talk about what’s going on there,...
    Loading the player... It’s finally time for the highly-anticipated film, Antebellum, to hit streaming services and the project that stars Janelle Monáe is sure to cause a commotion.  The first feature film written, produced, and directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz forces viewers to reckon with modern day “progress” and this nation’s despicable past, blurring the line between the two.  theGrio caught up with Monáe who stars as a successful author, wife and mother that finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality that forces her to confront the past, present, and future to save her own life.  (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images) Read More: Janelle Monae rants against sexism in music, religion and other institutions “This is a film that now more than ever is for these times and it connects the dots between the past, the present and what can be the future. I think that making sure globally that the rest of the world understands what it’s like to be a Black woman carrying the burden of dismantling and deconstructing systemic racism and white supremacy every...
    (CNN)It's back-to-school season, and no one has figured out yet what to do for kids, or their parents. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos wrote to the nation's parents Wednesday that the administration supports whatever people want to do. "Each of you needs to be able to choose what's best for your own families because you know your children and their circumstance better than anyone," DeVos wrote in the letter. "Your child. Your school. Your way."But the reality is that most students, and most parents, don't really have choices. New York City -- home to the largest public school system in the country -- was supposed to open with some in-person learning next week, but said this week that it will delay that plan because of unanswered teacher safety concerns. Read MoreLos Angeles -- home to the second-largest public school system in the US -- said Wednesday it will resume some on-campus learning for students with special needs on September 14, but everyone else has to wait to see how that goes. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden took aim Wednesday at President...
    Alex Thomas September 2, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump took an opportunity during a World War II ceremony to take a shot at Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Trump was in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Wednesday, where he appeared in front of World War II veterans and officially designated the city as the first World War II heritage site. At one point in the speech, Trump recognized one of the veterans who were in attendance. Of one of the veterans, he joked, “I promised him that I would not tell that he’s 97-years-old, I promised. I’ll tell you, he’s 100% sharp, he’s 100% sharp — I know a 78-year-old who’s not so sharp and he’s 97.” Trump added, “Because it has nothing to do with that, 78 is young. It depends who’s 78, that’s all. He’s 97, I said ‘man you are something’ and physically in great shape.” Trump recognizes a World War 2 veteran but diminishes the moment by taking a gratuitous shot at Joe Biden pic.twitter.com/dUsIwTtDf6— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 2, 2020 Trump’s reference to...
    Jacob Blake Sr, the father of Jacob Blake, spoke before a large Black Lives Matter rally on Saturday in Kenosha, Wisconsin sharing details of the emotional conversations he had with his bedridden son. “My son, the other day when I was in the hospital — give me a second,” Blake said as his voice began to crack. “He grabbed my hand — he closed my hand and he said, ‘Daddy, I love you. You know I love you.’ I said, man, listen, I love you more than anything in the world. He said, ‘I didn’t think you were going to come.’ What? Man, I got in the car, y’all, and drove all night.” Blake continued recalling, “Then my baby said, ‘Why did they shoot me so many times?’ I said, ‘baby, they weren’t supposed to shoot you at all.'” “I know — I know there’s a lot of parents out here in this crowd, you cannot imagine what it feels like to look at your baby, paralyzed from the waist down, shackled, shackled, where was my son going? They...
    DEAR ABBY: I’m recently divorced. Because of my work schedule and moving to a smaller place, I no longer am able to properly care for our family cat. My kids (all under 10) barely acknowledge her, so I put an ad in the paper. Jeanne Phillips  A family called, came to see her one day and took her home with them while the kids were at school. I told them that “Frisky” was going to go to a new home, but I didn’t know when until the day it happened. Now I’m the bad guy because the kids never got to say goodbye. I contacted the new family and asked if we could come visit her to say goodbye. They reluctantly agreed but won’t be available for a few weeks. Their young daughter has bonded with Frisky. Related Articles Dear Abby: My wife quit our fun hobby after one scary episode Dear Abby: How do we tell these haters to stay away from our wedding? Dear Abby: I can’t find a virgin my age....
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