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    By Team-ish November 22, 2021 A + A- Apple, the maker of the iPhone, has been providing excellent service to its users. Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, made between October 2020 and April 2021, have sound problems for consumers. If anyone thinks they have this problem on their iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, the company fixes such phones for free. The iPhone will be repaired for free Apple has stated that if someone’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are not more than two years old and there is a problem with the sound of their device, you can go to any service center of the company. If users experience voice problems due to a component when the receiver module crashes on these phones, this issue can be fixed for free in India. In the meantime, if you give your device to a service center for repair, do not forget to back up the data on the phone, and if the screen of your iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro is broken, tell the service...
    (CNN)The inflation narrative is largely set. The coronavirus pandemic created supply chain snarls. It put production out of whack. As demand has roared back following Covid-19 lockdowns, prices have soared.But there's a big problem with that narrative: It may not be the whole story.As The Wall Street Journal reported last week, corporate America is helping fuel the inflation madness in order to make more money."Executives are seizing a once in a generation opportunity to raise prices to match and in some cases outpace their own higher expenses, after decades of grinding down costs and prices," write Kristin Broughton and Theo Francis.Most of the largest US companies are making more than enough money to account for inflation, they write, citing profit margins at many large US companies that are well above 2019 levels.Read MoreCompanies complain of not being able to find workers and having to deal with the supply chain problem -- but if they are also building bigger profits behind inflation, that's enough to aggravate even the biggest supporter of free markets.The Washington Post reported this weekend that the White...
    Ryan MacLeod, an attorney for an attendee of the Travis Scott concert in Houston that reportedly resulted in eight dead on Friday, said Monday on CNN’s “Newsroom” that the rapper “knew there were problems” before eight people died during a crowd stampede at his performance at the Astroworld Festival. MacLeod said, “I believe that this was not just months in the making, this wasn’t just days in the making, this was years in the making. Travis Scott and his promoters know very well from at least 2015, Travis has been arrested for inciting violence. Oftentimes when there’s a mosh pit at one of his concerts, he will proudly say this isn’t a mosh pit unless someone is getting hurt. One time there was a concert in Manhattan of all places where he encouraged people to push people off a balcony. There was a young man who was left paralyzed. In fact, before this Houston concert, it was sold out, and he tweeted proudly again, we’re going to sneak the wild ones in. Then our Mayor Turner tells him that this is a problem. Then...
    A lawyer for one of the attendees at a Travis Scott concert over the weekend in Houston blamed the rapper for being negligent as at least eight people died, and many others were injured, in a crowd crush during his performance at the Astroworld Festival. During an appearance on CNN Newsroom on Monday, Ryan MacLeod, who filed a lawsuit against Scott on behalf of a festival goer, said that the tragedy was not months or days, rather “years in the making.” As an example, MacLeod cited that, as of at least 2015, Scott “has been arrested for inciting violence.” Reportedly, Scott has a history of doing concerts where there is violence and injuries. MacLeod also said: I know that if you have a pulse and you’re alive, as Travis Scott was that night, and you’ve got the microphone in your hand and you’re in charge and you identify that there’s a life and death – there’s a problem. He is saying there’s a guy down, and you’ve got ambulances, EMTs trying to force their way into this mass crowd, and you don’t stop? There’s a problem. And you are putting profits over safety. He knew that...
    Now that Florida ranks among the lowest states in per capita COVID cases, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is taking his victory lap as his political allies demand he be vindicated for months of scrutiny about his handling of the virus. However, Washington Post senior reporter Aaron Blake notes there's a major problem with the praise of DeSantis' leadership. Although Florida's per capita is comparaively low at the moment, Blake detailed how this occurrence is cyclical: "The whole thing is reminiscent of the first time all this happened. Early in the pandemic, with Florida still yet to be hard-hit, a May 2020 National Review headline read, "Where Does Ron DeSantis Go to Get His Apology?" Within a couple weeks of that headline, cases in Florida began surging. Less than two months later, Florida registered the most per capita current cases of any state." Because of that, Blake explained why its ridiculous for DeSantis to boast when cases are low. "The point of referencing Florida's spikes is not that it's handling of the coronavirus has...
    Dont Want to Spend $159 On AirPods? Check Out This $40 Colorful Alternative Ezekiel Elliott, Amari Cooper, Randy Gregory are questionable for Sunday Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Kameron Marlowe was raised in the land of the Earnhardts. The country music star in the making grew up in the very same town which the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt came from, and he too found that the pursuit of something greater pumped through his veins. "We have a big old statue of [Dale] downtown in our little town center down there," says Marlowe, 24, during a recent interview with PEOPLE about the towering 9-foot, 900-pound bronze statue symbolizing the impact Earnhardt made during his short life. "I love it." And in a way, some might assume that reaching the Grand Ole Opry stage last month for his Grand Ole Opry debut was Marlowe's very own finish line of sorts, a milestone he began chasing shortly after landing in the top 24 of Season 15 of The Voice. But perhaps, the Grand Ole Opry was far...
    Mother Jones illustration; Getty; AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.“We’re doing a lot of therapy,” Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) said to me as he entered the House chamber on Tuesday afternoon. He was referring to the state of mind of his House Democratic colleagues as they hurtle toward a series of agonizing deadlines. Some are unavoidable: Funding for the federal government is set to expire on September 30 and the country is weeks away from breaching its debt ceiling. But the injury that inspired McGovern’s statement was self-inflicted: The divisions complicating the vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has tentatively scheduled for Thursday. Pelosi told her Democratic colleagues on Monday night that she would hold a vote on the $1.2 trillion bill, which primarily funds upgrades to highways, bridges, and public transportation. Doing so backs away from a months-long promise to hold that vote alongside another: A $3.5 trillion budget bill that contains sweeping investments in child care, health care, and the fight against climate...
    THE Antiques Roadshow crowd gasped after a robe broke show records with a life-changing valuation - but there was one big problem. Expert Lee Young met a couple while stood next to the stunning robe, and he told them: "There are those moments in your life that you will always remember, and I will always remember standing here, but I certainly will also remember the first time that I saw this spectacular robe." 4The value of a Chinese robe led to gasps from an Antiques Roadshow crowd 4The owners were just as stunned by its value He asked how they came to be in possession of the robe and the man revealed it had been brought to the UK by his wife's grandfather in the early 30s after working as the general manager of the Standard Bank in India. Lee then asked where it had been since and the lady replied: "It was in the dressing up box!" Lee then went on to explain the importance of the robe, saying: "1750, it certainly would be Imperial, it's a lady's...
    08/23/2021 at 2:01 PM CEST The signings of Paris Saint-Germain during this summer market have been a very good hit for parisians that nobody expected, and among all the newcomers is the goalkeeper of the Italian team, Gianluigi Donnarumma. With his arrival the speculation of a possible bad vibes between the Italian and Keylor Navas increased, because with the arrival of the Italian Navas’ ownership is in jeopardy. With the arrival of the former AC Milan, Mauricio Pochettino has to establish a clear hierarchy between the Italian and Keylor Navas and this competition worries to all PSG fans, as they could tensions arise within the group and everyone knows that for him proper functioning of a team is necessary harmony. However, Donnarumma has hasty to calm things down and make it clear that the bad vibes between both do not exist. “There is always competition in the big teams, there will be no problem. He is an exceptional person, we are friends, there will be no problem “, declared in an interview...
    Even with her nose and mouth covered by a beige mask, there was no mistaking the exasperation radiating from Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez as she spoke from the dais on Wednesday. “I want to be very clear about something,” she began, her words growing terse. “I’ve heard this on social media and [from] people who call in that they have a right to not access the vaccine or to not get vaccinated. Unfortunately, that argument just doesn’t work for me. The fact that you have the right not to get vaccinated actually impacts me, my life and those of the people that I care about!” We’ve clearly reached a breaking point here in California. For so long, the mask refusers have been the face of pandemic anger. But now the tables have turned and we, the vaccinated and impatient, have had it! There are still huge pockets of people in big cities and small towns who haven’t gotten the jab, even though about 77% of those who are eligible have received at least one dose and...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday 'there's no doubt in my mind' that children should be required to wear masks when returning to school in the fall. 'There is a problem with children [getting COVID],' the nation's top immunologist told NBC News' Meet the Press. 'You've got to separate and make sure you get the facts,' he continued. 'The likelihood of a child getting serious disease compared to an elderly person or someone with an underlying condition is absolutely less, but less doesn't mean zero.' 'All you need to do is do a survey of the pediatric hospitals throughout the country, and you're seeing a considerable number of young people who are not only infected, but who are seriously ill,' Fauci told host Chuck Todd. 'These kids are getting sick. We've really got to make sure we protect them,' he said. Fauci then went on to recommend what he says is the safest way for children to return to school in the fall, which is by all those working and attending and visiting the school to mask up. 'There are two...
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    How did folks respond? While the vast majority of commenters were horrified by the program's question and stated in no uncertain terms that pornography and those under the age of consent do not go together — "How about age appropriate sex for minors, and age appropriate heroin? Kids could learn a lot!" one commenter reacted sarcastically — a few seemed open to the idea: "Stop treating it as crime of the century," one commenter wrote. "Kids need to see naked bodies in life; it's not rude, it's what humans look like. Take away the stigma, take away the mystery = take away the problem." "My teenage boys were upset by the hardcore porn their friends would show and talk about in school," another commenter shared. "Boys are always going to look for porn, so I agreed with the original suggestion that there should be age-appropriate porn. I have no idea why people got do cross about this." (It's worth it to note a particularly witty reply to the previous reaction: "Which women and girls would you like to be...
    When Simone Biles said something was off and she couldn’t compete, her coach believed her. As the new podcast Blind Landing shows, that wasn’t always the case. Wondering what to do with yourself now that Olympic gymnastics has ended? Listen to Blind Landing. The five-episode independent podcast hosted by Ari Saperstein, a fellow at This American Life, contains a powerful lesson about listening to, and believing, athletes when they say something is off about the equipment on which they perform, or their bodies and minds that do the performing. Saperstein interviews Sydney Olympic officials for information on the mood in the arena at the time, one of whom says she had to rewatch the competition to jog her memory about what happened and was horrified. He also interviews a sports psychologist for insight on how athletes, as both Ray and Khorkina testify, could have trouble moving on with a competition after an event like this. Slater returns later in the show, after telling her story of righting the vault by refusing to leave the landing mat during warmups. She acknowledges...
    The boxers’ teams solved the problem of the Yankee’s gloves and the fight will take place this Saturday.
    Bitcoin is the world's first entirely virtual currency- new currency is created by mining, a complex online process that uses computer code. But how many Bitcoins are in the world and how many are left? Here's what you need to know. 2There are millions of Bitcoins in existenceCredit: Reuters How many Bitcoins are there? There are currently 18,749,318.75 bitcoins in existence. The number changes about every 10 minutes as new blocks are mined. How many Bitcoins are left to mine? There are currently 2,250,681.3 bitcoins left to be mined. Cryptocurrency mining is a complex and energy-intensive process, which requires a lot of computer power. Mining involves using a computer to solve a mathematical problem with a 64-digit solution to create new coins. For each problem solved, one block of Bitcoins is processed. In addition, the miner that is first to solve the problem is rewarded with a new Bitcoin. These new coins are then stored virtually through an online database called the blockchain. How many Bitcoin will be created? The maximum amount of bitcoins that can ever exist is 21...
    Most sunscreens were found to be benzene-free. iStock Some sunscreen batches have been found to contain benzene, a cancer-causing chemical. Long-term benzene exposure has been linked to a five-fold increase in leukemia risk. The lab that identified the contaminated batches is asking the FDA to recall the products. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An independent laboratory is calling for 40 batches of sunscreen products to be pulled from shelves after they were found to contain significant amounts of benzene, a known carcinogen. Benzene has been linked to increased cancer risk since 1977, when a landmark study found workers who were exposed to benzene over nine years had a five times higher than normal risk of leukemia. Nowadays, the chemical is most commonly found in cigarette smoke and gasoline fumes. Although the small amounts found in the sunscreen products are far less toxic in comparison, experts say any benzene exposure poses a health risk. "There's no such thing as a safe level of exposure, and that's especially true for children," Philip Landrigan, director of the Global Public...
    Governor Andrew Cuomo has said New Yorkers no longer feel safe amid a spike in crime that will hamper the city's COVID recovery if it isn't handled soon.  In 2021, almost every type of violent crime is on the rise in New York City. According to recent figures from Comstat, the NYPD's data gathering unit, crime is up 30 percent city wide.  There has been a 78 percent increase in the number of robberies this year than this time last year. Cuomo, speaking on Wednesday, called it a 'major problem' and said unless the NYPD got a handle on it soon, the city would become undesirable.   'We have a major crime problem in New York City. Everything we just talked about, with the economy coming back, you know what the first step is? People have to feel safe.  'We're building new projects, stimulating new business - what comes before that is public safety, otherwise none of it works.  'New Yorkers don't feel safe and they don't feel safe because the crime rate is up. It's not that they are being neurotic or overly...
    The White House sidestepped a question Monday about rising crime statistics, attributing the data to the number of guns in citizens' hands. "Well, I would say, certainly, there is a guns problem," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. "And that's one of the reasons that we have proposed and now are implementing funding for community violence prevention programs across the country." AWKWARD MOMENTS LOOM FOR MISTAKE-PRONE BIDEN AFTER PANDEMIC At least 12 mass shootings were reported between last Friday and Sunday, killing 11 people and injuring another 69, according to data compiled by CNN and the Gun Violence Archive. The mass shootings, defined as resulting in more than four fatalities excluding the shooter, were reported in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, New Jersey, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. The deaths contribute to the more than 7,500-person toll from gun-related injuries this year, an almost 25% increase compared to 2020 during the same time period. The figures support Biden's campaign for expanded background check legislation, Psaki said, though she wanted to speak with experts before commenting on any correlations between the COVID-19 pandemic...
    Cameron Arcand, The Western Journal May 8, 2021 0 Comments Democratic Arizona Sen. Krysten Sinema slammed the Biden administration’s handling of the surge of migrants at the southern border. Sinema did not hold back in her criticism of how the White House has sugarcoated the situation. “So the reality is, is that this is a crisis. We all know it,” she said. “And the federal government must do more to address this surge of migrants who are coming to the border with increasing numbers each year.” “And I’m like you probably know this, but we’re looking at numbers this year that are the highest numbers of crossings that we’ve seen in 20 years in Arizona,” she added. “So we really are seeing how this problem has been exacerbated and gotten worse.” Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema rebukes the Biden administration on the border: “this is a crisis, we all know it” pic.twitter.com/7EDUxbVXJc — RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 6, 2021 As a senator from a border state, Sinema has been one of the few Democrats vocal about Biden’s handling of...
    ESCAPE to the Country viewers watched as the show's host left a couple 'bamboozled' with his choice of mystery property. But there was one big problem - Rebekah and Paul were looking for a single detached three-bed home in Cambridgeshire and they were being shown a site which included TWO houses in Bedfordshire. 7Jules Hudson 'bamboozled' a couple with the mystery house Explaining his reasoning, presenter Jules Hudson said he wanted to push the couple with something they "were not expecting to see". Rebekah and Paul, originally from Kent, were property hunting with a budget of £570,000. As Jules introduced the mystery house on the BBC show, he said: "For the mystery house, we’re taking our couple out of Cambridgeshire and just over the southwest border to north Bedfordshire. 7The pair were taken to view a property, but saw two homes on site 7Rebekah and Paul loved all the features in the main building 7They were also taken by the...
    (CNN)By mid-May, the US will likely be coming up against a significant obstacle in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic -- more doses of the vaccines than people who are willing to receive them, according to data that is worrying experts."Facebook runs a survey every day -- and we look at that data on a daily basis -- and that's shown that vaccine confidence in the US has been slowly but steadily going down since February," said Dr. Chris Murray, chair of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington "We were at 75% of adults saying they wanted the vaccine," he told CNN's Anderson Cooper. "Now we're down to, in those surveys, about to about 67%."Health officials -- including Dr. Anthony Fauci -- estimate that somewhere between 70% to 85% of the country needs to be immune to the virus -- either through inoculation or previous infection -- to suppress its spread. In its latest projection, IHME said about 602,723 Americans will have died from coronavirus by August 1, down from last week's estimate of...
    The Warriors passed on drafting LaMelo Ball in November. It was a decision that could bring about a decade-plus of regret. Lucky for them, there’s another capable Ball that they can land. Yes, LaMelo’s older brother, Lonzo Ball, is the exact kind of player the Warriors need to acquire before the trade deadline. Not only would he be an asset for this season (contrary to popular belief, this season and its playoff push is still happening, even with Steph Curry sidelined) he would also fill a much-needed role for the Warriors in the years to come, when Golden State believes they will be contending for titles. Related Articles Kurtenbach: The Warriors are interested in something bigger than a trade-deadline deal Kurtenbach: Jordan Poole’s breakthrough is Warriors’ biggest win of the season Kurtenbach: Unlocking Andrew Wiggins will come at a cost to the Warriors Hey Dieter: Is Joe Flacco really going to be the 49ers’ backup quarterback? Kurtenbach: Klay Thompson isn’t going to solve all the Warriors’ problems...
    More On: migrants White House finally allowing media to document migrant border crisis Biden to meet with top immigration officials amid migrant surge Mexico’s president blames migrant crisis on Biden Border Patrol has released hundreds of migrants without COVID test Vice President Harris admitted Wednesday that the border is facing “a huge problem,” keeping in step with the White House’s repeated refusal to call the out of control surge of illegal immigration a “crisis.” Speaking to “CBS This Morning,” the vice president made the comments after being asked about the worsening migrant crisis at the border, saying, “Well, okay, look, it’s a huge problem. I’m not gonna pretend it’s not, it’s a huge problem. “Are we looking at overcrowding at the border, particularly these kids? Yes. Should these kids be in the custody of HHS, the Health and Human Services, instead of the Border Patrol? Yes. Should we be processing these cases faster? Yes,” she told the morning show. “This is, however, not going to be solved overnight,” she continued. Harris went on to reiterate that she still believed...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that the “epidemic of violence against Asians is horrible and we have to do something about it,” and the Atlanta shootings are likely not a part of that. Maher said that crimes against Asian people have increased over the past year. He added, “However this story is also instructive and I think it says a lot about our tribalism and our inability to see evidence as opposed to what would fit the narrative that we already believe.” Maher further stated, “It seems like people insist, no, this is what I thought it was, and I’m just going to insist.” Maher also said, “I really feel like if it was Armenians who were manning the massage parlors, he would have killed Armenians. We don’t know.” He concluded, “Is it that hard to keep two thoughts in our minds at the same time? That this epidemic of violence against Asians is horrible and we have to do something about it, and this probably isn’t part of it.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    Today almost all of us have an account on a social network or are subscribed to video platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime. This becomes an ally for those who try to scam us through techniques such as phishing, sending us an email in which they pose as certain brands or companies in order to obtain our personal and / or banking data or install a malicious file. In Maldita.es we have already seen how on many occasions they pursue this end through emails that warn us that our account is about to expire or that they need us to update it. No, Netflix is ​​not sending an e-mail warning you that if you do not pay your subscription it will close your account In recent months, you have alerted us through our WhatsApp chatbot (+34 644 229 319) of an email, supposedly from Netflix, in which they indicate that they have not been able to solve your payment problem and your payment has been canceled. subscription. In addition, they warn you that “in case of not paying...
    A plus-size broadcaster has urged people to change their attitude towards weight as she said: 'obese people are not a problem to solve'. Louise McSharry, of Dublin, who presents on RTÉ 2fm, shared an impassioned Instagram post on the topic to mark World Obesity Day.  She revealed she was first placed on a diet aged six, and that others' feelings towards her body led her to feel self-conscious and unwanted, even as a teenager.  Claiming obese people are treated as a 'problem' that need to be 'solved', Louise added: 'I am not a disease. I am not a problem to be solved. There is no thin person inside me. I am LIVING. Right now.' Louise McSharry, pictured, of Dublin, who presents on RTÉ 2fm, shared an impassioned Instagram post on the topic to mark World Obesity Day  Penning the note to her 46,000 followers, Louise wrote: ' Today is #WorldObesityDay, the day the world gets together and tries to solve the problem of people like me. Except, I'm not a problem.  'In fact, the more I learn and the more...
    Nerves are increasing among citizens who are pending procedures with the SEPE, especially since they have not been able to access in any way for three days and it is not known when normality will resume. Therefore, the Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, has asked this Thursday “tranquility” to the users of the Public Service of State Employment (SEPE) after the ‘cyberattack’ that the agency’s computer system suffered on Tuesday. Díaz, at a press conference to explain the social agreement on the so-called ‘Riders Law’, has assured that “There is no risk” or with respect to the data of the users who act held by the SEPE or in relation to workers’ rights. Thus, he recalled that the deadlines for requesting benefits have been paralyzed –will not compute until normal service is restored – and there will be no problems in the recognition of rights and benefits. “The terms will be suspended and it will be paid with absolute normality. There is no risk of not collecting benefits,” said the minister, who, for security reasons, has not...
    I KNOW Prince Harry very well. I’ve a close relationship and a great deal of respect. He’s a good man. Meghan may discuss on the show her experience in Britain and the royal family as a mixed race woman. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 3In my experience, Britain is not a racist country, writes BeharryCredit: AP:Associated Press In my experience, Britain is not a racist country. There are a minority of racists in the UK not a majority. It’s not ingrained in this country at all. The only time I experienced racism was at 19 on London’s Piccadilly Line. An 11-year-old boy with his dad said: “Look Daddy he’s black.” His father didn’t do or say anything. I didn’t take it to heart as he was a kid. I’ve never seen racism in the royal family. I’ve met many royals many times. The last event I attended was a VC and George Cross reunion. The Queen, Prince Philip and princesses Eugenie and Beatrice were there. 3Meghan is set to reveal all in her...
    Getting a lucky break in both the crowd and the rain clouds, Howard Alonzo ducked under a blue tent and into a relatively short line at Jesse Owens Park on Wednesday afternoon. Hours earlier, hundreds of mostly Black and Latino Angelenos had been waiting there, hoping to get their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. “My family members all came like a couple of days ago and got vaccinated,” he said. “Then I got a text message from them.” Indeed, to find this site — the newest in South Los Angeles — you pretty much have to know someone who knows someone. Forget about scouring government websites or scoring secret access codes to the state’s joke of an online appointment system, MyTurn. Personal referrals, paper fliers and Google Forms are the go-to tools here. Well, for now anyway. The timeline isn’t clear. But whenever Blue Shield of California begins managing the state’s disjointed system of distributing vaccines to counties, pharmacies and healthcare providers, everything could change. And that’s what Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell fears most. While...
    The insular director of Childhood and Family in the Consell de Mallorca between 2016 and 2019, Magdalena Gelabert, assured this Thursday that “there are indications of sexual exploitation of minors in Mallorca since 2011 or before “ and he considered that the fact that “they wanted to listen to these indications and get to work is a matter of political will.” “It is very easy to close your eyes and say that the problem does not exist”, Gelabert pointed out during his speech at the Political Commission on Child Sexual Exploitation within the framework of the Governing Council of the Mallorcan Institute of Social Affairs (IMAS). According to the former island director, it was in 2015 when “leaks began to be monitored” and “to give importance to this issue.” “From this moment on, criteria, ways of dealing with the situation and an exhaustive control of leaks are unified. An audit that the centers were not used to, and it showed, “he said. Gelabert indicated that cases of sexual exploitation of minors under guardianship “They existed the same before, but...
    The CEO of the company that owns Jeep said he's open to changing the name of two of his top-selling SUVs, the Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee, in the wake of complaints from the Cherokee Nation tribe. Carlos Tavares, chief executive of Stellantis, didn't go as far as saying that change was forthcoming, however.  'At this stage, I don't know if there is a real problem,' Tavares said to the Wall Street Journal. 'But if there is one, well, of course we will solve it.  Asked if the company would change the name if it were 'pushed,' Tavares seemed to bristle.  'We are ready to go to any point - up to the point where we decide with the appropriate people and with no intermediaries,' he told the Journal.  Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares said he would be 'open' to the change, although he also said he wasn't sure if there was a 'real problem' with using the Cherokee name After calls from the Cherokee Nation, a member of whom is pictured in Cherokee, North Carolina, in full dress, to change...
    Texas storm recovery: Some Texans still dont have water while others must change electric providers while others Argentina president says no law broken in vaccine scandal We’re in the midst of Pisces season now which is wonderful but there’s more god news ahead. Venus is finally leaving Aquarius this week and entering Pisces for a time that will be emotionally turbulent but at least without chaos, and Mercury has exited its dreaded retrograde. This week’s Virgo full moon is one that stresses production, so watch for some teams to make important progress. Stat Leaders Connor McDavid: 37 points, 25 assists (Capricorn) Auston Matthews: 18 goals (Virgo) Tyler Myers: 35 PIM (Aquarius) Marc-Andre Fleury: .942 Save % (Sagittarius) EAST DIVISION • Boston Bruins: Highest concentration in Taurus Gemini David Pastrnak notched yet another hat trick in Sunday’s Lake Tahoe game vs. the Flyers. Horoscope: The Mars Taurus cycle has been a time for building something, and the Bruins have absolutely thrived.  Do: Pastrnak Don’t: Ignore defensive depth woes • Buffalo Sabres: Highest concentration in Sagittarius Libra Jake McCabe will...
    TEEN Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans' husband David Eason was slammed for saying there's "no problem" with calling African-Americans the n-word. MTV fans quickly slammed David after he defended using the n-word in a Facebook post. ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. 12David defended using the n-word in a Facebook postCredit: Instagram 12He said there was 'no problem' with using the offensive word 12He is marred to Teen Mom 2 alum Jenelle EvansCredit: TikTok David recently responded to a Facebook post about racial slurs, writing: "What's the problem? They call themselves n***a all day every day. "Even lifting up the word like it's elegant in their songs. "Not that I think it's right but life is a two way street." He continued: "Why do black people get away with calling white people crackers, snow flakes, Nazis, supremacists, etc." David added in a second post: "Now that I think about it I've been called n***a and n****r at least a couple thousand times in my life. 12David is no stranger to controversyCredit: Instagram 12One person said...
    Q: We moved into a home we purchased under multiple-offer circumstances in November. Our offer was noncontingent to achieve a winning position. It is not a negotiation tactic we took lightly. Despite our concerns, we made a nonrefundable offer based on assurances from the buyer’s agent and the seller’s agent that we could turn the carport into a garage. In December, we followed the city permit guidelines by drawing a simple garage conversion proposal, the lot schematic and the existing carport location. This morning, a city building official was here to inspect another improvement we started. We asked him about the plans we submitted online about the garage conversion. He took our paperwork, examined the carport and called his office from his car. The inspector then met us on our front lawn and asserted that the carport is noncompliant. After explaining why it was illegal, he added that we would be responsible for demolishing the carport. Today, the seller’s agent appears to be ignoring our calls and emails. The buyer’s agent who represented us says she has to talk to...
    A group of militiamen, including members of the Wolverine Watchmen, managed to shut down the state House in Lansing, Michigan, this April while attempting to invade its chambers. The men who plotted to invade the state Capitol in Lansing, Michigan, and murder state officials this year were members of a militia group. Those “III Percenters” who have been showing up to urban street demonstrations in camo body armor and toting AR-15s organize themselves into militias. One of the major far-right “Patriot” groups pushing hard for a Trump military coup and an American civil war, the Oath Keepers, urges all of its members to organize local militias. In each instance, there is a very clear need to use the term militias to describe both the nature of the group and the dynamic around which they organize it. Telling people not to use it—as a number of people have recently been advising me to do—is not only counterproductive, it’s a meaningless (not to mention wrongheaded) semantic diversion amid the dead-serious problem of how to deal with the rise of an armed paramilitary political...
    15 IF there is anyone who knows what it takes to beat the threat of extinction, it’s Sir David Attenborough. But while some campaigners, such as militant animal rights group PETA, have branded zoos “pitiful prisons”, the TV legend has a different view. 15Sir David Attenborough has worked to save numerous species, but it's not just the animal kingdom he fears being wiped outCredit: BBC 15He started working in TV in 1954 when the world population was 2.7billion 15Now it has almost tripled to 7.8billion - leading Sir David to warn of a 'real crisis'Credit: BBC Having witnessed the planet’s most extraordinary animals thriving in their natural habitats, the 94-year-old deems some zoos essential for certain species to survive. Speaking to The Sun, the national treasure said: “I justify zoos providing they are scientific, they are selective about what they keep and they keep them to the best possible standards. “If you’re talking about animals that have been reduced to fewer than 100, something has happened in their environment and made it impossible to survive. "Then you can...
    Democratic Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin said Tuesday morning that there are some serious problems with her party’s messaging and branding. “I think that the reason why it’s relatively easy to paint all Democrats with a broad brush is because people don’t know, always, what we stand for. I mean, I wanna be frank that we have a problem, especially in places like Michigan where people don’t know what it means to be a Democrat,” Slotkin said in an interview with MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle when asked about about the future of the Democratic Party. “The brand has been weak for a while. And therefore, every two years, you can just superimpose whatever hit is the most popular thing and you’re gonna convince some people that that’s what all Democrats are about. So, while I don’t love some of the slogans, I don’t love a lot of what I’m hearing from some of my colleagues who are further left of me, I think that we have a bigger strategic problem and we need to own that as Democrats,” Slotkin continued. WATCH: ...
    Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins said at her final debate that she does not believe systemic racism is a problem in her state.  Collins, one of the most vulnerable GOP senators up for reelection, was debating Maine’s progressive House Speaker Sarah Gideon, who is running for her seat. Collins was the only Republican to vote against Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation.  Collins was asked by the moderator at the debate this week: "Is the phrase 'Black lives matter' controversial, and is there a systemic racism problem here in Maine?” The moderator noted that while Maine’s population is mostly White, at 94 percent, the state is home to a sizable refugee community, with some Somali and Sudanese immigrants "I do not believe systemic racism is a problem in the state of Maine,” the Collins said.  "I don't think the phrase 'Black lives matter' should be controversial," she added, "it's clear that in some parts of our country there is systemic racism or problems in police departments." DEMOCRATS IN KEY SENATE RACES HOLD CASH ADVANTAGE OVER REPUBLICANS  But the senator praised Maine’s...
    Pennsylvania, a key swing state, is dealing with a number of challenges during an unprecedented election – including postmarking mail-in ballots, which could be critical as a means to prove votes were cast on time. In Pennsylvania, postage is prepaid on ballot envelopes to be returned by mail. Typically these prepaid envelopes are not automatically postmarked. In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for the Postal Service said that the agency will “try to ensure” that every ballot mailed by voters receives a postmark, whether it is prepaid or mailed with a stamp by voters. “Although we instruct our employees throughout the country to adhere to our ballot postmarking policy, such practice does deviate from normal procedures, since the primary purpose of cancellation is to ensure that postage cannot be reused, and some categories of postage are pre-canceled before they enter the mailstream,” the spokesperson said. “As a result, we acknowledge that circumstances can arise that prevent ballots from receiving a legible postmark.” A postmark could be particularly important in Pennsylvania after the Supreme Court ruled that ballots received by...
    Texas CEO Charged in $2 Billion Tax Fraud Scheme, the Biggest Evasion Case in U.S. History Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: HPE, Intuitive Surgical, Marten Transport & more Ryan Leaf on Adam Gase: ‘There’s a problem there’ Le’Veon Bell has entered the free agency pool after a dispute with Jets coach Adam Gase led to his release from Gang Green. The Jets head coach has been in the headlines more and more, and for the worst reasons. © Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports Adam Gase has a reputation for being an offensive genius, but that genius hasn't surfaced as an NFL coach. The Jets continue a downward spiral under his leadership or rather lack thereof. In pushing out Bell, many ask if this was another Gase mishap, underutilizing the player. Gase from the beginning showed friction with Bell. With constant losses and this recent player release, Gase appears to be the next head coach to be fired.Le’Veon Bell unhappy with the JetsFormer Chargers and Cowboys quarterback Ryan Leaf, joined Sportsnaut’s Dave Briggs to discuss what’s next for the...
    Call of Duty Warzone has been one of the most successful game launches of 2020. The battle royale game has well-over 75 million players worldwide. Considering the game only launched in March, this feat is commendable. Warzone has also challenged existing BRs like Fortnite, Apex Legends, PUBG, and has established itself right at the top. So much so, that SypherPK has hailed it as one of the best games of all time. SypherPK rose to fame with his Fortnite videos and remains a predominantly Fortnite streamer. Although, he has pegged Call of Duty Warzone to be one of the best games of all time. His recent tweet reads, “Warzone is easily one the greatest games in the world if it wasn’t plagued by hackers. Damn” Obviously, there had to be a catch to this considering Warzone has a predominant hacking problem. Had fun playing with the boys again though, was lowkey frying after having not played for 2+ months. — SypherPK (@SypherPK) October 13, 2020 Although, this is not even the first time a big YouTuber or streamer has called...
    Twitter began blocking tweets from being posted that contained links to a report by the New York Post about alleged emails from 2014 and 2015 involving Hunter Biden, former Vice President Joe Biden and an executive for Burisma. A Twitter spokesperson cited the platform’s Hacked Materials Policy in a statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation defending its decision to limit the distribution of the Post’s article. There is no evidence at the moment showing the Post’s report relied on hacked materials. Twitter on Wednesday afternoon began blocking tweets from being posted that contained links to the New York Post’s report on alleged emails that purportedly show Hunter Biden offered to introduce then-Vice President Joe Biden to an executive of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma. “We can’t complete this request because this link has been identified by Twitter or our partners as being potentially harmful,” Twitter told users who attempted to post a tweet containing a link to the Post’s story. A Twitter spokesperson told the Daily Caller News Foundation that the platform took action to limit...
    Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Dustin Poirier said Monday that negotiations for a lightweight match with Conor McGregor are "alive." However, he also added that there remains one issue before a likely bout announcement, and that is one of scheduling as the Irishman wants the fight to take place before the end of the year. Poirier and McGregor have fought once before, when the Irishman defeated the Louisianan in 106 seconds before going on to achieve double champion status in the UFC. Poirier, too, has gone on to bigger and better things and though he said the loss in 2014 will hang over his head, he is a different fighter today and is expecting to win. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dustin Poirier said Monday that negotiations for the Conor McGregor fight are "alive," but there's one problem getting it booked right away. Speaking on "The Fight with Teddy Atlas" show on YouTube, Poirier said that while both fighters and the UFC appear happy with the match...
    Matt Motta - Jennifer Spindel - Robert Ralston October 12, 2020 2:38PM (UTC) This article was originally published on The Conversation. White nationalist groups, who make up some of the most serious terror threats in the country, find new members and support in the U.S. military. These groups believe that white people are under attack in America. In their effort to create an all-white country where nonwhites do not have civil rights protections, these groups often instigate violent confrontations that target racial and religious minorities. Since 2018, white supremacists have conducted more lethal attacks in the United States than any other domestic extremist movement. : The Proud Boys group, for example, whom President Donald Trump addressed in the first presidential debate of 2020, includes veterans and active duty service members. The group's members, who are required to engage in physical violence before joining, celebrated Trump's statement to "stand back and stand by," considering his call an endorsement of their extremist ideology. While many Americans were appalled at the president's statement, our research shows that most Americans remain unaware of...
    (CNN)It is well documented that large quantities of plastic enters the oceans every year, polluting the seas, littering beaches and endangering wildlife. And that plastic pollution has been found even in the most remote regions of Earth, such as Antarctica or in the deepest parts of our oceans.But relatively little is known about the levels of plastic nestled on the sea bed and in the deep-sea sediment at the bottom of our world. A new study from Australia's national science agency CSIRO and published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science on Monday, has shed some light on this plastic problem, estimating that there is 14 million metric tons of microplastics sitting on the ocean floor. That's more than 35 times as much plastic than is believed to be floating on the surface, the study suggests. Researchers say the work is the first global estimate of microplastics -- pieces of plastic that have been worn down by the elements into tiny fragments, smaller than 5 millimeters (0.19 inches) -- on the seafloor. Read MoreUsing a robotic submarine, the team collected...
    Empty malls are getting some surprising new tenants Insider Retail: McDonalds Travis Scott collaboration is a success, but its spicy chicken nuggets disappoint Michael Farr: The problem with the U.S. economy is there are too many poor people It's easy to hate the rich for all that they have and all that you don't, but the rich aren't the problem, says Michael Farr. The problem is that the poor and middle class don't have enough money. Until employment and wages increase, the U.S. economy will remain at best bogged down and at worst digging a deeper hole for all of us. © Provided by CNBC A Kelly Center for Hunger Relief volunteer sorts through food for distribution as residents in vehicles wait in line at a church in El Paso, Texas, on July 17. Are you in the top 1%, 5% or 10% of the U.S. income and wealth scale? If you are, congratulations on being rich and economically successful. Good for you too for not being a big part of our current economic challenges. You're protected from...
    CNN host Don Lemon called out President Donald Trump for saying "he hopes there isn't a race problem" in America at the ABC News town hall. On Tuesday night, Lemon discussed the town hall with Washington Post's David Swerdlick. 4CNN host Don Lemon called out President Trump for his answers in the ABC News town hallCredit: Getty Images Hosted by ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos, the town hall featured questions and concerns from American voters, including African-American Pastor Carl Day. Day told the president of systemically racist policies in Black neighborhoods and asked to see "when was that great" as Trump continuously says "again" in his slogan "Make America Great Again." "You have said everything else about choking and everything else," Day said. "You have yet to address and acknowledge there's a race problem in America." 4Trump said he "hopes" there is not a race problem in AmericaCredit: ABC News "If you go -- I hope there's not a race problem," Trump responded. He further told Day that he has a "great respect" for all races and...
    A Philadelphia-based Black pastor confronted President Donald Trump at Tuesday night's ABC News town hall telling him that the 'Make America Great Again' slogan is 'tone deaf.' 'When has America been great for African Americans in the ghetto of America? Are you aware of how tone deaf that comes off the African American community?' Pastor Carl Day told Trump.  He also pointed out that Trump hadn't acknowledged America's race problem, to which the president replied, 'Well I hope there's not a race problem.'  'I can tell you, there's none with me,' Trump said.  The town hall, pre-taped in Philadelphia and then broadcast several hours later, had undecided voters pose questions to Trump, with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos there to moderate the Q&A.   President Donald Trump (left) was told by Philadelphia-based pastor Carl Day (right) that 'Make America Great Again' was 'tone deaf' toward Black Americans  President Trump (left) took questions from audience members in Philadelphia and the discussion was moderated by ABC News' George Stephanopoulos (right)  The studio set-up for Trump's town hall with undecided Pennsylvania voters...
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