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    CHANNEL 5's Jeremy Vine Show has received 139 Ofcom complaints after being accused of 'race baiting' having pointed out all of Prince Philip's funeral guests were white. The presenter, 55, came under fire last Friday after he asked a guest on his show whether she thought it was a "problem" that all 30 attendees would be white at the service...
    GOOD Morning Britain weather presenter Ruth Dodsworth says she's "hundreds of thousands of pounds in debt" after her jailed husband lied about owning their dream home. The 46-year-old's world has been turned upside down by her ex Jonathan Wignall who was last week found guilty of controlling behaviour, harassment and stalking against Ruth. 7Ruth Dodsworth has been left with a...
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — The Atlantic County coronavirus vaccine mega-site will offer up to 700 walk-in vaccination appointments on select days this week. The walk-up vaccine appointments will be available on April 21-23 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 1 Convention Boulevard. Walk-up appointments are being offered on a first-come first served basis while the supply lasts. Anyone...
    HUNDREDS of foreigners with fake Covid certificates are flooding into the UK every week, MPs heard yesterday - as experts warned the Indian variant could be running rampant. Border officials say around 100 dodgy certificates, which supposedly prove someone has tested negative, are being identifed every day at airports. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 3Border officials say...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A Brentwood woman has been arrested and charged with cyberstalking and harassing teen boys over a three-year period, apparently to get back at them after their failed relationships with an uncharged co-conspirator. Ramajana Hidic Demirovic, 46, was indicted April 1 by a federal grand jury on charges of conspiracy and cyberstalking, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Authorities aren’t saying...
    George R.R. Martin’s life was not a long quiet river. In a message posted on his blog, the creator of “Game of Thrones” confirmed the progress of Saga’s 6th book, The Winds of Winter. After recognizing it His blog The baptized “This is not a blog” is actually a blog, George R.R. Martin explained with his fans the sense of...
    The sponge is dirtier than anything else in your kitchen. Stefan Cristian Cioata/Getty Images Your sponge is the grossest thing in your kitchen, professional cleaner Bailey Carson said. Kitchen sponges harbor nearly 400 different species of bacteria, but cleaning them isn't the answer. Carson suggests replacing your sponge every two weeks, while scientists say to do so once...
    HUNDREDS of pot smokers have today packed Hyde Park to celebrate “420 day”. Brits enjoyed highs of 16C in the capital as they flocked to the busy park following fresh calls to legalise cannabis. Reuters 11 A man smokes a huge joint as he celebrates ‘420 day’ in Hyde Park this afternoon Elliott Franks 11 A woman posed...
    THIS heart-warming video shows the moment two friends were able to have a meal ‘together’ despite being 400 miles apart– thanks to a 3D hologram. Former schoolmates Sarah Oubridge and Louise Massey speak every day, tell each other absolutely everything and have provided a huge amount of emotional support to each other through the Coronavirus pandemic. 2Sarah and Louise had...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It is Earth Week and Pittsburgh is in the midst of a battle over asphalt. Drivers want every inch they can get while the city is trying to make bicycle riders safer. More bike lanes are coming as the city tries to create an environment where people will feel comfortable climbing onboard their bikes. Karina Ricks, the...
    A New York man told Fox News’ "The Ingraham Angle" exclusively Monday that he was visited at home outside Albany by two FBI agents inquiring if he is the suspect in a picture believed tied to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Brian Grady said he was oblivious when the agents appeared and thought they were building inspectors. "I just greeted them, ‘Hey...
    A 2020 protest in Seattle after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Elaine Thompson/AP Photo High school students across the state of Minnesota walked out of class on Monday. They are protesting the police killings of George Floyd and Daunte Wright. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. High school students across the state of Minnesota walked...
    Hundreds of grieving and angered Chicago residents rallied throughout the weekend to protest the police killing of 13-year-old Adam Toledo last month. While a number of people from Adam’s Little Village community had taken to the streets after learning of his killing nearly three weeks ago, demonstrations ramped up starting Friday following release of body cam video (note: link does not include footage) showing Chicago police shooting...
    The Biden administration is planning to continue to release hundreds of migrant families a day into the United States in coming months. The Washington Examiner obtained a document from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that reveals the plan: The 400 figure is eight times greater than the 50 families that Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement were releasing...
    Hundreds of protesters gathered Saturday night in Hollywood for an overnight march and candlelight vigil against police brutality. The demonstration began at 8 p.m. at the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street and appeared to be mostly peaceful. Dozens of Los Angeles police officers in riot gear patrolled the crowded boulevard on foot, but there were no signs of...
    HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A facility in Houston that housed girls who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border unaccompanied is being closed and the girls immediately moved, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Saturday. About 450 girls housed since April 1 in an Emergency Intake Site for Unaccompanied Children operated by the National Association of Christian Churches near Bush Intercontinental...
    BOSTON (CBS) — A determined rally moved through Boston on Saturday, as hundred of people turned out for a march seeking “Justice For Daunte Wright”. The 20-year-old Wright, a black man, was gunned down by police during a traffic stop outside of Minneapolis. From Nubian Square in Roxbury past the Boston Police headquarters barricaded with metal fences, rally-goers made their...
    More On: minnesota Protests against police shootings turn violent across nation Minnesota mayor blasts police tactics to control protesters Media pushes false narrative of racism Former Minnesota cop who fatally shot Daunte Wright appears in court for first time Hundreds across the country were arrested as protests over police shootings in Minnesota, Chicago and Portland, Oregon, dissolved into chaos...
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Oakland calling for justice after a Minnesota officer shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop earlier this week.The protest started at Oscar Grant Plaza Friday night where several demonstrators spoke before marching down 14th Street.The majority of the protesters were peaceful, however, some did smash...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Hundreds of people marched all over Brooklyn on Friday night, starting at the Barclays Center. They were protesting the police shooting death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo in Chicago. Demonstrators could be seen walking between cars and blocking traffic. CBS2’s cameras also caught multiple people being taken into custody, but police haven’t said how many arrests were...
    Hundreds of anti-police and Black Lives Matter protesters took to the streets in Washington, DC, on Friday night. Protests are expected to continue daily as the trial for Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd comes to a close in Minneapolis. Protest in DC tomorrow night. BLM Plaza @ 8PM. Saturday Night @ 8PM and Sunday @ 2PM locations...
    PITTSBURGH, PA (KDKA) – It’s a challenge that doesn’t seem to have a perfect solution. “We do appreciate and understand the frustration, but we appreciate the flexibility of our families, but we are going to keep working until we’ve exhausted all options of getting our students back in the classroom,” said Minika Jenkins who’s the Chief Academic Officer at PPS....
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Farm Share teamed up with the Miami Springs Lions Club on Friday morning to organize a food drive. Hundreds of cars lined up to receive the much-needed provisions. Since the start of the pandemic last March, Farm Share has distributed more than 100 million pounds of food throughout the state.
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Saturday is PurpleStride Pittsburgh, the walk to end pancreatic cancer. READ MORE: Two New K9 Teams Graduate From Pittsburgh Police K9 School Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. Hundreds of Pittsburghers are walking to raise awareness and money for research for better detection and a cure....
    More On: michigan Why feds won’t send extra COVID vaccines to hard-hit Michigan Postal worker in Michigan brutally beaten by two women, video shows These 5 states have nearly half of nation’s new COVID-19 cases 246 ‘fully vaccinated’ Michigan residents get COVID-19, three die: report A Michigan man has been accused of sexually assaulting his wife hundreds of times...
    It was an emotional outpouring of support Thursday night as a large crowd gathered to pay tribute to Jim Pagels, a D.C. bicyclist who was killed in a crash last week. “There was never a boring moment talking to Jim,” said Christine Jordan, who was friends with Pagels. “Jim, I’ll miss you a whole lot, but I’ll honor your memory...
    A group of 277 Fyre Festival ticket holders are set to receive a pay-out of around $7,220 each following a class action lawsuit, four years after the disastrous event left guests stranded on an island in the Bahamas.  The settlement comes after a $2 million class-action lawsuit brought against the organizers of the 2017 event came to a conclusion on Tuesday...
    A 27-year-old Ethiopian mother in the Tigray region of Ethiopia has spoken out after spending 11 days being raped and abused by soldiers.  The unnamed woman said she was repeatedly raped by soldiers who forced nails, a rock, and other items into her vagina, and threatened her with a knife.   The ordeal started while she was travelling home to her...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Hundreds gathered outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department Thursday night for a fifth round of protests following the fatal police shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright. The fifth night of protests outside the Brooklyn Center Police Dept. underway. A second layer of concrete barriers/fencing was set up between the protesters and law enforcement. Many more officers on the...
    A labor contractor and four of his employees were indicted on federal charges for a scheme in which they supplied hundreds of undocumented workers to Pennsylvania mushroom farms and failed to file taxes -- having already defrauded the U.S. out of nearly $2 million, the U.S. Department of Justice said. Miguel Morales, 48, of Quarryville -- who owns and operates...
    TOM Girardi, the ex-husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne, is continuing to face legal drama as his law firm is reportedly in major debt. Erika, 49, filed for divorce from the 81-year-old in November and accused him of cheating on her. 5Tom Girardi's law firm is reportedly in major debt to 'hundreds of clients'Credit: Getty Images...
    LINE of Duty has received hundreds of complaints after a character with Down's Syndrome was labelled "the local oddball" in an episode. As the show aired on World Down Syndrome Day, character Terry Boyle, who had been accused of murdering fictional journalist Gail Vella, was hit with the derogatory term. 5Disabled character Terry was dubbed the "local oddball" in...
    AIRLINES are already offering discounted coronavirus tests for holidaymakers needing them to go abroad this summer. The government is yet to give the go-ahead for holidays abroad but it expected to be from May 17, at the earliest. 2EasyJet, Jet2 and TUI are just some of the airlines offering cheap PCR testsCredit: Reuters To allow travel to go ahead, a...
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – Hundreds of people protested during the Orange County Board of Supervisors meeting Wednesday evening as members discussed the possible use of electronic vaccination records. The so-called ‘vaccine passports’ are digital technologies that provide proof that a person has received the coronavirus vaccination. READ MORE: Biden Announces Withdrawal Of All U.S. Troops From Afghanistan By 9/11 Many...
    A FOURTH night of chaos erupted in Brooklyn Center on Wednesday as Daunte Wright protesters defied curfew and stormed the police station. Demonstrators have taken to the streets every night since Wright, 20, was fatally shot by police officer Kim Potter during a traffic stop on Sunday. Read our Daunte Wright live blog for the latest updates... 10A...
    Hundreds of professors have launched a nonprofit called the “Academic Freedom Alliance” (AFA) to promote the First Amendment on college campuses. Members of the group range ideologically from conservative to left-wing. The Academic Freedom Alliance describes itself as a group of “college and university faculty members who are dedicated to upholding the principle of academic freedom,” adding that its members...
    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Yildirim Akbulut, who served as Turkey’s prime minister during the First Gulf War and also oversaw an influx of ethnic Turkish refugees from Bulgaria, died Wednesday aged 85, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. Akbulut died at Ankara University Medical Faculty hospital, the agency reported. The cause of death was not made public. A lawyer by training,...
    Household names such as Amazon, Google, and Warren Buffett joined together with hundreds of other companies and CEOs to demonstrate a united front against "any discriminatory legislation" in a pro-democracy statement that ran as ads Wednesday in the Washington Post and New York Times. The ad's banner read "WE STAND FOR DEMOCRACY," with the subhead, "A Government of the people,...
    Hundreds of corporations, including Starbucks, Amazon, and Netflix, have signed a letter signaling their opposition to election integrity efforts in numerous states, promising to oppose any related legislation they deem “discriminatory.” The effort, led by former American Express chief executive Kenneth Chenault and Merck chief executive Kenneth Frazier, both of whom recently led a group of black business leaders urging corporations to...
    Hundreds of companies, headlined by Amazon and Google, signed a letter decrying any legislation that would “restrict” voters from having “an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot.” The letter, published in both the New York Times and Washington Post’s Wednesday print editions, is the latest in a string of similar statements from various private companies. Nearly all...
    Hundreds of corporations, celebrities and top executives announced their unified opposition Wednesday to “any discriminatory legislation” that makes it more difficult for people to vote. The statement appeared in advertisements in The New York Times and The Washington Post, and follows dozens of other companies, including General Motors, Ford, Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball (MLB) that have objected to voting...
    Demonstrators wear chains while holding a sit-in inside of the Capitol building in opposition of House Bill 531 on March 8, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. HB531 will restrict early voting hours, remove drop boxes, and require the use of a government ID when voting by mail.Megan Varner | Getty Images Hundreds of corporations, executives and celebrities released a statement Wednesday...
    'We stand for democracy': Hundreds of companies sign statement against voter suppression
    New York (CNN Business)Hundreds of prominent executives from high-profile companies, including Amazon, Google, BlackRock and Starbucks, signed a statement that opposes discriminatory legislation that makes voting harder. The statement, printed Wednesday in an advertisement in the New York Times, was organized by Ken Chenault and Ken Frazier, two of America's most prominent Black corporate leaders. The statement called democracy a...
    A COVID testing firm has slashed their prices for holidaymakers from £120 to £60 - meaning families can save hundreds when they travel abroad this summer. While holidays are yet to be given the go-ahead by the government, it is hoped that overseas travel will resume from May 17 through a traffic light system. 3A Covid testing firm has slashed...
    FANS have been left on the edge of their seat since season three of Mayans MC hit our screens. The new series of FX’s bloody and violent Sons of Anarchy spinoff saw EZ get shot - but whodunnit? 2EZ has been shot on FX's Mayans M.C.Credit: FX Who shot EZ on Mayans M.C.? WARNING: Contains spoilers from Mayans M.C....