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    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Less than a year removed from the worst part of the Coronavirus pandemic, trick-or-treaters return to the streets in search of candy – and normalcy. After most Southern California cities discouraged trick-or-treating in 2020, thousands of families got back into the holiday spirit in 2021, making sure to not take these times for granted like they have in the past. READ MORE: Suspect Arrested In Hit-And-Run That Left 6 Injured When Driver Plowed Through Crowd At Halloween PartyNoticeably more homes were decorated, and with the returned presence of children walking door-to-door, people all over the Southland were excited to get back into the swing of things. READ MORE: Homeless Encampment Known As 'Veterans Row' To Be Relocated MondayBut for some, traditions are taking on some modifications. Those families – with caution in mind – were still excited for Halloween this year, but planned on celebrating with some precautions. Rather than the traditional walking of the streets for candy from neighbors and communities, they will visit with friends and family to trade candy and enjoy the holiday together....
    SOUTHAMPTON sensation Tino Livramento regrets quitting Chelsea without playing first-team football and is open to returning. But the £5milion right-wing back, 18, is delighted to have already played seven senior games for the Saints and made his England Under-21 debut last month. 1Defensive starlet Tino Livramento's only regret over leaving Chelsea is failing to make their first-teamCredit: Getty The Londoner believes Chelsea have "probably the best academy in the world" but moved on as his priority was playing in the Premier League as "quickly as soon as possible". Now Livramento is one of the Prem's hottest emerging talents as he focuses on helping Southampton turn around their poor start to the season. He lined up at Stamford Bridge in the Saints' 3-1 defeat to the Prem leaders last Saturday. And one look at the Chelsea squad underlines why Livramento chose to depart over the summer. Long-serving Cesar Azpilicueta was in the teenager's favoured position, while 21-year-old England star Reece James is out injured. But Blues' boss Thomas Tuchel reportedly did all he could to persuade Livramento to stay in the last transfer window. And the 5ft...
    Protesters swarmed outside Brian Laundrie's Florida home Monday, blaming the 23-year-old's parents for not aiding police in the search for their runaway son as cops  scaled back their hunt for the prime suspect in Gabby Petito's murder in an alligator-infested reserve. 'We know you're involved,' one of about a dozen protesters declared through the piercing resonance of a megaphone, pacing at the edge of Christopher and Roberta Laundrie's front yard in North Port - five miles from the nearby swampy reserve that police and federal agents are currently combing in search of their son.  'If you got nothing to hide, you would come out and tell the truth,' a protester proclaimed. 'Your silence is guilt!' he shouted. A crowd of protesters congregated outside fugitive Brian Laundrie's Florida home Monday, chiding the 23-year-old fugitive's parents for not aiding police in the search for their son The protesters brandished megaphones, pacing at the perimeter of the Laundrie home, shouting piercing remarks at the runaway's parents The protests come on the heels of the North Port Police Department's announcement that the search for Laundrie...
    Getty Former Barcelona defender Alex Grimaldo celebrates with Benfica. Former Barcelona left-back Alex Grimaldo has refused to rule out a return to the Catalan giants at some point in the future as he prepares to take on his ex-employers in the Champions League on Wednesday. Grimaldo came through the club’s famed La Masia academy and played 92 times for the club before leaving for the Portuguese side in 2016. The defender has regularly been linked with a return to the Camp Nou and admits Barca will always feel like home. “It’s not a closed chapter. Barcelona is my home and I won’t shut the door to my home ever,” he told told Albert Roge at Diario Sport. “It’s clear they’re still one of the very best teams and I’d never say no.” Grimaldo was also asked if he had ever thought about coming back to Barcelona and made it clear just how fondly he views his former club. “It’s something I thought, that when I left it was a see you later, not a goodbye,” he added. “I...
    Getty Avery Bradley #11 of the Miami Heat warms up prior to the game against the Milwaukee Bucks at American Airlines Arena on December 29, 2020. Miami Heat‘s roster for the 2021-22 NBA season is looking drastically different from last season following a flurry of free agency moves, but the franchise truly started restructuring their team back at the trade deadline. On March 25, the Heat completed a trade with the Houston Rockets to receive two-time All-Star Victor Oladipo in exchange for Kelly Olynyk, Avery Bradley, and a swapped draft pick. The latest Heat news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Heat newsletter here! Join Heavy on Heat! Olynyk went on to sign a three-year, $37 million contract with the Detriot Pistons, but Bradley was thrust back into free agency after the Rockets decided not to pick his $6 million contract for the upcoming season. Avery Bradley from downtown. ???? pic.twitter.com/21Ak72QWfA — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) April 17, 2021 While Bradley is heading to work out with the Golden State Warriors, per The Undefeated’s Marc...
    Simone Biles only returned from her troubled Tokyo Olympics a matter of days ago - but it looks as though the gymnast has wasted very little time in getting back to her training regimen.  The 24-year-old was seen making her way to her gymnastics training center in Spring, Texas, on Monday, looking ready to work up a sweat in a pair of black leggings, white sneakers and a beige sweater.  Her appearance at the World Champions Centre - which is run by her parents, Nellie and Ron, and is home to her coaches, Cecile and Laurent Landi - comes just days after Biles touched down in Texas after the 2020 Olympics, where she dropped out of five event finals amid struggles with her mental health.  Biles returned to competition in time for the balance beam final, and ended up winning a bronze medal, however her decision to withdraw from multiple events sparked furious speculation about whether or not she will continue training for the Paris 2024 Olympics, where she would get another shot at gold medal glory.  Thus far, the...
    It was rumored for years, then delayed for months, but it's finally here. The revival of the Ford Bronco.There may be a little confusion, because late last year Ford brought out the Bronco Sport, a smaller crossover-style SUV, as part of an overall Bronco family.But this newest one is the big boy, designed to do battle with the Jeep Wrangler for sales in the lucrative off-road market. A modern take on the original Bronco that came out in the 1960s, up to date for the 2020s and beyond.Base price for the two-door version is $28,500 before destination and options. The four-door version starts at around $33,000.So now that it's here, people seem to have a lot of questions.1. Is it a real 4x4?You bet. It's got a truck-type frame, a transfer case with low range, and even optional locking differentials. Again, Jeep's Wrangler is the obvious target.2. Is it available with a V8 engine?No, just a turbocharged four cylinder with 270 horsepower, or a twin-turbo V6 with 310 horsepower. A V8 might fit in the engine bay, but the more...
    Despite just retiring from the NFL this past offseason, veteran quarterback Philip Rivers may not be completely done with putting the pads on.  Have we seen the last of quarterback Philip Rivers in the NFL? After 17 brilliant years in the league, Rivers announced his retirement in the winter. Now, Rivers is in his first year as a high school football coach. Despite that, Rivers clearly still has an itch to potentially get back on the field. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Rivers revealed that he hasn’t ruled out an NFL comeback and is back in the weight room lifting and getting in shape. Could we see him back with a team later this year?Philip Rivers may be retired but he hasn’t shut the door on making an NFL comeback“I’m not quite there,” Rivers told the LA Times. “I’m getting back there. I wouldn’t have made weight if I had to report last week, that’s for sure. But I am getting back into the lifting and running, and shoot, I occasionally throw a ball around out here...
    Police said the suspect broke a window and then "forcibly kicked open a rear door," the station said.What happened next?Thing is, though, the homeowner had prepared for just such an incident by exercising his Second Amendment rights. And after the suspect kicked open the back door of the residence, the 51-year-old homeowner fired his gun "multiple" times and shot him, police told KTVU.What happened to the suspect?Police said the suspect, 26-year-old Spencer Olson of Los Gatos, was taken to a hospital and then arrested on burglary charges, the station said. Police told KTVU the homeowner has been cooperative.Similar recent incidentEarlier this month police said a husband and wife in their 60s were having breakfast when they heard a knock at the door of their home in Fairfield — about an hour and 20 minutes north of Santa Clara — followed by an attempt to kick down the door after they didn't respond to the knock. The husband, fearing for his life and his wife's safety, grabbed his legally owned gun to defend them, police said. The intruder then broke down...
    Since the onset of the pandemic, Republicans have viewed the coronavirus through a relatively different lens than the rest of the country. As the months progressed, not only did their political views shape their belief systems about many aspects of science and the virus but also their opposition to the vaccine. Although former President Donald Trump has adamantly demanded credit for the COVID vaccine, ironically Republicans have been the most apprehensive to get vaccinated despite blindly following the former president on many other key issues. According to The New York Times, the Republican "wave of opposition to COVID vaccines" has accelerated in recent months due to the onslaught of misinformation perpetuated by conservative, right-wing news outlets. In fact, some Republican lawmakers have even embraced conspiracy theories that have influenced their push-back against initiatives pitched in order to improve vaccination rates across various states. "A wave of opposition to Covid vaccines has risen within the Republican Party, as conservative news outlets produce a steady diet of misinformation about vaccines and some G.O.P. lawmakers invite anti-vaccination conspiracy theorists to testify...
    Mother Jones illustration; Getty Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.Since the arrival of COVID-19, our lives have shifted in ways big and small. Most likely, the pandemic will not end with a bang—we’ll be dealing with some version of it for years to come. As we slowly adapt to our new normal, we’ll embrace some changes and resent others. A few of us at Mother Jones wrote about some of the shifts we’ve noticed in our personal lives and the world around us—from the “love it” to the “leave it” to the we’re-still-figuring-it-out. Read the rest of the essays here.    Sinduja Rangarajan After an afternoon of play at a park in Oakland, as we were driving back to Fremont, my four-year-old daughter announced that she needed to pee. We took the nearest exit and parked in a strip mall with a Starbucks. Restrooms were closed. We hit up Quiznos next. No restrooms there, either. Seeing us dash door-to-door, a man asked us if...
    It’s on! Off road. The 2021 Ford Bronco marks the first direct competition the Jeep Wrangler has faced in decades. Ford Bronco, Texas Photo: James Lipman / jameslipman.com Sure, there are plenty of 4x4 SUVs and pickups that can give the Wrangler a run for its money on the roughest roads and rock trails, but not many of them let you take off the top, let alone the doors. Really, you need to go back to 1977 when the Wrangler was still the CJ and the first-generation Bronco was in its final year before morphing into a two-door F-series SUV. This time, the Bronco is ready to go head to head with the Wrangler on both its two-door and four-door turf. The 2021 Ford Bronco is the first model to use the name in 25 years. (Ford) The Bronco is only slightly larger than the Wrangler and features a similar body-on-frame construction. Its chassis is an evolution of the one under the current Ford Ranger, which it is built alongside at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant...
    Big Oils rise in climate lawsuits draws parallels to Big Tobacco 40 Cities That Could Be Poised For a Housing Crisis © Universal Pictures After "dying" years ago in the "Fast Saga," Sung Kang returns, very much alive, in "F9" as Han. Universal Pictures Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "Fast 9," aka "F9." Han Seoul-Oh (Sung Kang) returns after being "killed off" in 2006's "Tokyo Drift." The explanation leaves a bit to be desired, but the director may have had it in mind for years. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ever since the Fast Saga revealed in a January 2020 trailer that Han Seoul-Oh (Sung Kang) was alive and not "killed" (as previously thought) at the end of 2006's "Tokyo Drift," fans have wondered how the character survived what appeared to be certain death. With the release of "F9," we finally have an answer. For longtime fans, it may not be the most satisfying explanation because of its simplicity, but at least Han's back in the mix. His return also opens up the...
    After "dying" years ago in the "Fast Saga," Sung Kang returns, very much alive, in "F9" as Han. Universal Pictures Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "Fast 9," aka "F9." Han Seoul-Oh (Sung Kang) returns after being "killed off" in 2006's "Tokyo Drift." The explanation leaves a bit to be desired, but the director may have had it in mind for years. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ever since the Fast Saga revealed in a January 2020 trailer that Han Seoul-Oh (Sung Kang) was alive and not "killed" (as previously thought) at the end of 2006's "Tokyo Drift," fans have wondered how the character survived what appeared to be certain death. With the release of "F9," we finally have an answer.  For longtime fans, it may not be the most satisfying explanation because of its simplicity, but at least Han's back in the mix. His return also opens up the possibility for other characters (like Han's girlfriend Gisele) to potentially return in the future. If you need a refresher on when we last saw Han...
    THE MINIMUM legal marriage age is set to be raised to 18 amid fears the current law permits child marriage "by the back door". Currently, the legal marriage age is 16, with teenagers able to marry with their parents’ consent. 2The minimum legal marriage age is set to be raised to 18Credit: Getty Next week, former chancellor Sajid Javid is expected to introduce a new bill that will make it illegal for anyone to marry below the age of 18. Javid told The Times that 16-year-olds being forced to marry is "child abuse". He said: "The British government is working tirelessly to end child marriage in the developing world and yet our own laws are permitting child marriage by the back door. "Indeed, when Bangladesh lowered the legal age of marriage from 18 to 16, ministers there were said to have directly pointed to our laws to justify their move. "That’s why I will be introducing a private member’s bill to raise the legal age of marriage to 18 in England and Wales. "The government is listening, and while...
    CARLO ANCELOTTI was welcomed back as Real Madrid boss and insisted Gareth Bale can also return as a major hit. Ancelotti tipped Spurs loanee Bale and £100million flop Eden Hazard to bounce back as "important players". 2Carlo Ancelotti returned to Real Madrid, saying Gareth Bale, Eden Hazard and Sergio Ramos can still have big futures thereCredit: Instagram @realmadrid 2Gareth Bales, seen training with Wales for the Euros, is sure to have been encouraged by Carlo Ancelotti's words of supportCredit: Getty The ex-Everton chief was unveiled following six years away after predecessor Zinedine Zidane quit last week. And straight away Ancelotti offered hope to under-fire big names like Wales superstar Bale, skipper Sergio Ramos, ex-Chelsea playmaker Hazard, midfield creator Isco and left-back Marcelo. But although volunteering that he "loved" Cristiano Ronaldo, Ancelotti refused to speak publicly about trying to re-sign the Juventus ace, 36. He said: “I’ve just arrived. Have to talk about Ramos with the club in the next few days. "I have a lot of love still for Gareth Bale, Isco, Marcelo… they will have motivation to show they can still play...
    A woman dubbed the 'neighbor from hell' has been arrested again for terrorizing the couple next door to her, who she filmed, mocked with yard signs and tormented by cutting their TV cables. Lori Christensen, 57, has been arrested for stalking her neighbors in White Bear Township, Minnesota. They called police in December 2019 and told how she had forced them to move out.  The couple said Christensen cut their TV cables, filmed them in their home and mocked them with yard signs. She even bit the family's dog, they said.  Christensen is known for antagonizing other neighbors and in 2013, she appeared on ABC'S 20/20 as 'the Neighbor from Hell.'   Christensen tormented the family so much that their daughter said she was scared to go outside.  Lori Christensen, 57, has been arrested for stalking her neighbors in White Bear Township, Minnesota. They called police in December 2019 and told how she had forced them to move out When the couple decided to sell their home, she apparently racially harassed a family of prospective buyers who were Asian, screaming at...
    VICTORIA Beckham is flogging her £1,700 dresses and £500 pairs of jeans door-to-door from the back of a van The 47-year-old fashion mogul has stepped it up a gear when it comes to customer service at her luxury designer label. 5Victoria Beckham is flogging her clothing collection from the back of a vanCredit: Getty It's revealed that well-heeled punters can pay £15 for exclusive concierge service and get her designer gear delivered to their doors. From there, her employee then hangs around to hand out fashion tips as would-be customers try on her high-end clothes with no obligation to spring for any of the pricey creations. And to make sure her service is carbon neutral, Victoria plants a tree for every journey made by her clothes van. The service is only available to Londoners - and not even in Manchester where husband David made his name as a football legend. 5Victoria's brand can range from £1,700 dresses to £500 jeansCredit: PA:Press Association 5The fashion mogul is offering an exclusive concierge serviceCredit: Splash The mum-of-four - whose clothes are sold...
    LEAVING a tip in a restaurant is something most people do without a second thought. But one woman has been left terrified after her waiter used it as an excuse to send her a "creepy" note offering to sexually pleasure her. 1The woman shared the 'terrifying' note on Twitter where it sparked outrage from other usersCredit: Twitter Earlier this month, the anonymous woman shared a picture of the letter which her server slipped under her door at 11:30pm after a meal on Twitter. "Thank you greatly for the tip," it read. "You really didn't have to. I'm happy I had the chance to lay eyes on you again. You're amazingly beautiful." The waiter then goes on to say that he is trying to work on his confidence and that he'd "kick himself tomorrow" if he didn't try his luck with the customer. Acknowledging that she probably already has "someone special" in her life, the man ends the note by saying he "didn't earn" his tip and he'd like to make up for it by pleasuring her for an hour....
    HOLLY Willoughby has revealed the hilarious prank her husband Dan Baldwin pulled on her - so her pals thought she was boozing at all times of the day. The 40-year-old was left red faced on numerous occasions during lockdown when Dan would knock on the door where she was on a call and pass her a glass of wine - whether it was morning, noon or night. 4Holly Willoughby revealed her husband's prank on her Speaking on This Morning today, she explained: “You know what Dan kept doing to me when we were doing Zoom calls.  “Obviously I would come back from work and he’d knock on the door and i’d go ‘oh sorry’ and open the door and he’d pass in a glass of wine no matter what time of day it was.  “So I would then have it and look back at the screen and be like ‘sorry he does this all the time’ and he’d go ‘no, I don’t, you asked for it’.  4Dan would hand Holly a drink whatever time of day it wasCredit: BackGrid “It...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals continued to part with veterans when they released running back Giovani Bernard on Wednesday. Bernard, a fan favorite who had a year left on a two-year contract that would have paid him $4.1 million in 2021, played his entire eight-year NFL career in Cincinnati and established himself as a reliable blocking back and receiver. The 29-year-old Bernard became a starter for the last 10 games of 2020 after Joe Mixon suffered a foot injury. A 2013 second-round draft pick by the Bengals, he played in 115 games with 30 starts, rushing for 3,697 yards and 22 touchdowns. His 342 receptions are the most by a running back in Bengals history, and his 2,867 receiving yards are the second most. The Bengals had already traded defensive end Carlos Dunlap in midseason last year and released defensive tackle Geno Atkins last month. Both had been with the Bengals for 11 seasons. Receiver A.J. Green, who’d spent his entire 10-year career with the team, signed with Arizona as a free agent. Bernard’s best performance on the ground...
    A WOMAN shares a "scary" warning to female drivers after a stranger tried to open her car door and jump in. The woman, who goes by the name Esor, detailed the alarming incident on TikTok and is encouraging women to always lock their car doors. 3The woman, who goes by the username Esor, detailed the alarming incident on TikTokCredit: esor_gaming/TikTok Esor was sitting in her car in a recent clip and explained that she was getting ready to leave for work when the scary incident unfolded. She said that she noticed another car pull up behind her, a woman driver, but thought nothing of it at the time. "A man approaches her car, and they both put on masks, so I assume it's a Lyft or an Uber or something so I decided I'll just wait for them to pick up and leave so I can get out of my spot easier," Esor explained. She then saw the man walk away from the woman's car and assumed it mustn't have been a ride-share as she once...
    Former astronaut Ed Gibson, the final person to leave NASA's Skylab space station, says he'd go back to space 'in a heartbeat' if given the chance. Gibson, a solar physicist, was in the first group of scientist-astronauts selected to go into space by NASA, making his only spaceflight as part of the final Skylab crew. The 84-year-old, who closed the door on the first US space station, told MailOnline: 'If someone wants to test the effect of zero gravity on tired old bones I'm available.'  He appears in a new documentary called 'Searching for Skylab' by director Dwight Steven-Boniecki about the first only wholly NASA operated space station.  Ed Gibson as he prepares for his first and only flight to SkyLab with Al Shepard, the first American in space Shower presentation by Alan Bean and Jack Lousma were part of the second crew to go to SkyLab, launching in July 1973 and are seen here demonstrating the shower system Skylab crew, including Ed Gibson, had to perform routine maintenance by stepping outside the space station, Gibson said...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Dept. of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady joined volunteers on a mission to get people registered for vaccines on the Chicago's South Side Monday.Berto Aguayo, executive director of Increase Peace, is partnering with the city's Protect Chicago Plus program to get hard-hit minority communities like Back of the Yards vaccinated."Right now we are going to taco shops, dry cleaning stores, we are out on the streets knocking on the doors to let people know and meet them where they are," Aguayo said.Joining the door-to-door efforts in Back of the Yards Monday were Dr. Allison Arwady on one side of the street, and Mayor Lori Lightfoot on the other.SEE ALSO | Chicago Phase 1C vaccine start date set for March 29 EMBED More News Videos Chicago will move into Phase 1C for vaccinations on March 29, with appointments set to be available to more essential workers and residents with health conditions. The Protect Chicago Plus Program targets several specific neighborhoods. So far, Lightfoot said the program is working."We have seen that...
    Delta flight diverted to Sacramento after passenger dies on plane U.S. States Can’t Resist Reopening Despite Case Counts The Lesley Celebration is the first piece of new content added to Hitman 3 as part of the game’s March roadmap. It’s also the first Escalation set in Berlin. In this guide, we’ll show you how to complete all three levels of this Escalation with a rank of Silent Assassin. © Provided by GamePur Level 1 © Provided by GamePur Screenshot by Gamepur The first level of this Escalation gives you two targets to kill. However, you can’t change your disguise throughout this mission, or you’ll instantly fail. Loadout © Provided by GamePur Screenshot by Gamepur The loadout for this entire Escalation is extremely restrictive. For the first level, you only have one starting location to use, the Club Entrance. For this run, bring the fiber wire and nothing else Part 1: Doris Schultheiss One of these targets is much more challenging than the other, so it’s best to start with her. The first thing you need to do...
    AC Milan narrowly qualified in the round of 16 of the Europa League. We could summarize this Milan-Red Star to an action. 68th minute, Gianluigi Donnarumma pushes back on his line a hot ball that cannot then be exploited by Marko Gobeljic at close range. This incredible failure will leave tons of regrets to the Serbs who had been seen drunk with joy at the end of the Round of 16 first leg of the Europa League, a week earlier, when Pavkov had equalized in added time (2-2, 90th +3). This Thursday evening, during the second round, the players of Dejan Stankovic, a great connoisseur of the Italian footballer as a former Serie A, almost achieved a small feat. The equalizer of El Fardou Mohamed Ben Nabouhane (1-1, 24th), following the opening of the scoring of Franck Kessié from the penalty spot (1-0, 9th), rewarded the domination of the Red Star against a team Lombard deprived of most of its executives at kickoff. Read also: Arsenal save his head, not Napoli The entries of Ibrahimovic, Rebic or Hernandez...
    Former DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli on Monday warned that President Joe Biden’s administration has thrown open the door for immigrants, a stark contrast from the previous President Donald Trump administration. This comes as the Biden administration announced plans to slowly allow 25,000 asylum seekers to enter the United States. Cuccinelli warned on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company” that Biden’s immigration policy will result in dangerous people such as child molesters, domestic abusers and drunk drivers being released back into the country instead of deported. “Professional career officers were finding just a couple of percent of those people qualified for asylum,” Cuccinelli stated. “I mean, it was a clear sham, and Mexico cooperated to give us an extraordinary level of detention ability. And so now, when they just throw open the door, I mean, that is the answer. It isn’t whether you could hold back. They have given up the main element that was holding back these 25,000 folks. And they’ve abandoned it despite 30,000 to 40,000 cases of evidence where there is no large number of people that...
    More On: guns Video shows Bronx home invaders who victimized 75-year-old woman Busted a move: Man hit with gun rap while dancing in Times Square 4 men storm into NYC loft in armed home invasion Pelosi calls GOP lawmakers wanting to arm themselves ‘enemy within’ About 90 percent of people arrested by the NYPD on gun-related charges are back out on the street, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said Tuesday, calling the court system an “open door.” The top cop gave the figure during an appearance on PIX 11 Tuesday morning, in which he said six shootings were reported across the Big Apple on Monday alone, despite a snowstorm that dumped more than 17 inches on the city. The violence follows a year of skyrocketing shootings and homicides across the city in 2020. “What we’re seeing is a revolving door, or maybe you can just say an open door, where 90 percent roughly of the people that we’ve arrested for guns are out on the street, whether they’re awaiting a disposition of their court case or they’re not prosecuted,” the...
    The Capitol Lieutenant who shot dead MAGA rioter Ashli Babbitt has described his confusion in the moments before he opened fire during the January 6 siege.  Details from the veteran officer's account of the fatal shooting were revealed for the first time Sunday in a report by The New York Times.  Late Air Force veteran Babbitt, 35, was killed as she tried to climb through a broken window to get into congressional chambers, after breaking into the federal building with a mob of pro-Trump rioters earlier this month.  The unnamed cop who fired the deadly shot claims to have not known there had been three cops guarding the door. He says he had only seen the crowd advancing towards him in the moments before Babbitt's death at around 2:30pm. Footage shows the three cops guarding the door had no visible shields or riot gear.  The officer, who was put on leave pending an investigation, also claims he did not know a tactical team was on its was to help clear out the rioters.  Footage shows as the three cops guarding the door appear...
              Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio. During the second hour, Carmichael explained Section 230 in relation to the actions of private and public companies suggesting evidence based on past Supreme Court rulings allowing for the government to operate their one-party agenda through Big Tech back door. Leahy: We are joined by the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael in studio. And Crom, I was watching the Tucker Carlson Tonight show last night and the chief policy officer of Parler there had some very chilling things to say about what’s going on with Parler. In particular, what struck me as very dangerous Crom is that it wasn’t just the Amazon subsidiary that handles servers that were ganging up against them. She went down a list of about it sounded like about two dozen technology providers and they’ve all abandoned...
    Every day that passes, Donald Trump takes a new step towards the exit door of the White House and not only because his mandate has less than a week left. With the support of some Republican legislators, the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives voted to impeach the president for « inciting insurrection, » haranguing his fans who ended up taking the Capitol. The article that started the process cites Trump’s repeated complaints about the alleged theft of the November 3 elections, as well as the speech he gave on January 6 in Washington to his supporters before they stormed the legislative palace. It also refers to the president’s call for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to « find » enough votes to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in that state. “President Trump seriously jeopardized the security of the United States and its institutions of government. It threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transition of power, and endangered a coordinated branch of government. In this way, he betrayed his trust as president, to the manifest offense of the...
    This clever canine proves that a dog really is a man's best friend after learning to fetch his owner a beer on command - and even going back to shut the fridge door. Mike Antonietti taught his 'smart' eight-year-old husky-German-shepherd-cross Warwick how to sit, lie down and play dead when he was a puppy, before the pair quickly moved onto tackling the ultimate party trick.   The 31-year-old bank manager said that after some trial and error that saw Mr Antonietti accidentally handed a bag of cheese, Warwick had the 'impressive' trick running smoothly within three months.  Mike Antonietti, right, taught his dog Warwick, second right, to collect a beer from the fridge in order to impress is partner Samantha Keown, left, pictured with their other dog, Twitch Warwick, pictured, knows that Mr Antionietti keeps his beer at the bottom of his fridge in Ontario, Canada After delivering the beer, Warwick knows he must close the door of the fridge The dog picks up the can in his mouth but knows not to bite down Mr Antonietti...
    Reporters knew before they arrived at the Capitol on Wednesday that there would be large protests in support of President Donald Trump. But most expected the day’s main event to be the drama and ceremony of the nation’s leaders debating the ratification of the Electoral College vote for Joe Biden as the next president. The journalists ended up chronicling a siege that underscored the fragility of American democracy. Many did their jobs a few feet from drawn weapons. Others faced the wrath of pro-Trump agitators with a grudge against the news media. We interviewed 11 journalists from a variety of outlets — including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the British channel ITV and the Beltway news site Axios — who covered the events. The interviews have been edited and condensed. Morning April Ryan, 53, White House correspondent, TheGrio: I woke up around 6 at home in the Baltimore area. My kids, 13 and 18, were in their room, doing Zoom. I was in the den and the office, working the phones, not really expecting anything big, thinking it was just going to...
    You Might Actually Be Able To Afford a Mansion in These 20 States 2021 North American Car / Truck / SUV of the Year Finalists Sneaky Cat Steals The Weirdest Things From Her Neighbors To Gift To Her Mom When Mónica Vicéns’ friend told her about three tiny kittens abandoned in her backyard, Vicéns couldn’t say no to fostering them. She quickly fell in love with the smallest of the bunch, a little white and brown tabby, and knew she couldn’t stand to part with her. “China was the only girl and the runt of the three,” Vicéns told The Dodo. “I already had a 4-month-old male kitten named Waffles from that same yard and had fallen in love with China, so I decided to keep her.” © Instagram/Songsofmyfelines A few months later, Vicéns moved to a home with a large backyard, and the scrawny kitten transformed into a fierce huntress. “It got to the point that we had to keep all the doors and windows closed making sure she wasn't able to get out because she always snuck in...
    NOBODY denies that a No Deal Brexit will initially be bumpy for Britain’s economy. But the ultimate financial cost of accepting the EU’s disgracefully one-sided deal would be far greater. 3Boris Johnson must not allow the EU back in through the back doorCredit: AP:Associated Press Brussels wants to be able to impose on us any new laws it makes in areas such as employment — and punish us if we don’t comply. This would betray the 17.4m Brexiteers who voted for freedom from meddling Eurocrats. And as leading economist Patrick Minford points out, it could also cripple us financially. He warns that the EU could force us to undo the reforms of the Thatcher era, which underpin our dynamic economy as opposed to our sluggish neighbours, and hand back power to the trade unions. Minford says the resulting disruption could plunge the economy into meltdown, reducing GDP by up to 20 per cent. Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy and her Labour cronies want to push us into signing a deal, whatever the long-term cost. Many of them still hanker for...
    The layout of a London flat has left viewers scratching their heads after discovering the backdoor is only accessible beneath the kitchen cupboards. Actor Jamie Wilkes, who recently starred in His Dark Materials, took to Twitter to share the bizarre scene after going house-hunting in the capital. The clip showed Jamie scanning the traditional-looking kitchen before he stopped to lift up one of the counters, which revealed the staircase of a 'hidden escape route'. Social media users were quick to comment on the unusual findings but were left divided as to whether it was 'super creepy or super cool'. Jamie uploaded the video, which has since been liked more than 322,000 times, alongside a caption that read: 'Viewed a flat today and I don't think I'll ever be able to stop thinking about the back door...'  The revelation sparked curiosity among Twitter users as many scrambled to heap on the praise for the nifty exit route. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Why 'stationery cakes' are the perfect gift idea for... Mum transforms her greasy oven...
    Fox News’ Chris Wallace offered new reflections on the presidential debates while recalling the chaos as he presided over President Donald Trump’s first face-off with President-elect Joe Biden. Wallace joined NBC’s Kristen Welker and USA Today’s Susan Page for a webinar from the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs. The conversation between the three moderators gravitated around their pre and post-debate mindsets, the most substantial moments from each of their debates, and all the formatting changes that were adopted through the end of the 2020 race. Wallace has repeatedly voiced regret for how his debate ended up plunging into disarray, and he recalled that he felt calm going into the debate since he previously moderated Trump when he faced Hillary Clinton back in 2016. The 2020 debate is still a source of discomfort for Wallace though, for he said he rewatched the 2016 debate to prepare, but “I’m not sure I ever will” watch the 2020 debate ever again. Wallace recalled that when the Trump-Biden flareup began, “My initial reaction was ‘This is great! They’re...
    TERRIFYING images have emerged of an underground cell where a seven-year-old Russian boy was allegedly held hostage by a suspected paedophile for 52 days.  The vulnerable child was allegedly kidnapped as he got off a school bus by Dmitry Kopylov who is then said to have sexually abused him in a grim basement. 9The vulnerable boy was allegedly held hostage for 52 days in RussiaCredit: Telegram The boy was rescued from his tortuous ordeal and reunited with his parents after a tip off by Interpol based on intelligence from the West.  Russian special forces cut through a steel door and broke a window to enter the lair where he was being held.  The “brainwashed” boy “laughed with joy” when they entered but later broke down in tears, it is reported. Kopylov, 26, was snared after allegedly boasting about holding the boy in chats between paedophiles on the dark web.  Now new images show the chilling low-ceilinged basement with bare walls  where the boy was imprisoned.  9Chilling images show the stark basement where they boy was keptCredit: Social media 9A hatch...
    A maskless passenger on an American Airlines flight from Orlando to Philadelphia was taken into custody Thursday morning after he allegedly tried to talk to the pilot inside the cockpit and asked about a parachute while standing next to an exit door.  The incident occurred just before 9.30am while the aircraft was approaching Philadelphia International Airport.  According to NBC Philadelphia, the man asked 'Where's my parachute?' as he walked from the back of the plane.  A maskless passenger on an American Airlines flight (file image) from Orlando to Philadelphia was taken into custody Thursday morning after he allegedly tried to talk to the pilot inside the cockpit When the plane landed safely in Philadelphia, the man was taken into custody. He was transported to a hospital a short time later and no charges were filed against him A witness said the flight attendant yelled for help and a few male passengers moved seats to protect the plane's exit doors. At one point, the man reportedly climbed over the back of one seat.  He then spoke to a flight attendant and...
    News A hundred protesters showed their asses to the iconic Trump Tower Trump fired through the back door: massive ‘bald’ in front of his tower in Chicago Donald trump He is no longer president of the United States after losing the elections on November 3 to Joe biden and his detractors have been celebrating for several days throughout the country. This Sunday afternoon, a hundred protesters gathered at the foot of the Trump Tower in Chicago to show his ass to the iconic building after a ten second countdown. The explosion of joy gave way to a collection of ‘bald’ most motley. Without distinction of sex or race, hundreds of ‘cheeks’ in the air dismissed the ruler with great irony. What is said, a goodbye through the ‘back door’.
    Seafood houses are the best bet for finding a good lobster roll, since they generally have good supply lines to the best product and chefs who know their way around shellfish. But lobster rolls have been popping up on menus outside of seafood restaurants, too. Here are five places, from old favorites to food halls to newcomers, to get a taste of New England at the height of lobster season.The Kitchen American Bistro 1039 Pearl Street, Boulder, 303-544-5973 1560 Wazee Street, 303-623-3127 Michael Bertozzi joined the Kitchen Bistro and Next Door American Eatery groups as culinary director last January, and once summer rolled around he added a tempting lobster roll to the Kitchen's menu. Built on a Fireking Baking Company brioche roll from Massachusetts, this sandwich follows most of the Maine-style lobster roll rules, except that Bertozzi has chosen to use dashi aioli instead of mayonnaise to dress the sweet lobster meat. The result has a subtle oceany back note from the dashi (made with dried bonito flakes and kombu seaweed), but the lobster still stars. EXPAND This is the Fancy...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday warned that Sen. Kamala Harris might become the President of the United States if former Vice President Joe Biden was elected and unable to finish his presidency. “If a woman is going to become the first president of the United States, it can’t be her,” Trump said. “That would rip our country apart. This is not what people want. And she comes in through the back door.” The president spoke about Harris, Biden’s running mate, during a campaign rally in Wisconsin on Thursday night. “This would not be what people want, especially because it’s her. The president recalled that Biden referred to a “Harris-Biden administration” hinting that the former vice president believed that Harris was the president. He also referred to Harris’ comment about a “Harris administration with Biden as president.” “They are a disaster together,” he scoffed. Trump also noted that Harris did terribly in the Democrat presidential primary debates before Biden picked her to be his running mate. “I don’t want to put pressure on him, but wait until you see what Mike...
    We must take appropriate measures that allow kids to get back to school A Look Back At The Evolution Of McDonalds In 41 Photos Andy Cohen Says He Hopes Dorinda Medley Will Rejoin RHONY: The Door Is Definitely Open Andy Cohen is hopeful that The Real Housewives of New York City hasn't seen the last of Dorinda Medley. © Provided by People Arturo Holmes/WireImage; Noam Galai/Getty Andy Cohen, Dorinda Medley Cohen, 52, opened up about Medley's exit from the Bravo franchise, explaining during his Sirius XM show Radio Andy on Wednesday that "the door is definitely open" for Medley, 55, to return. "I love her," Cohen said. "She has been so iconic to the show from the moment she walked in." However, Cohen admitted: "[Dorinda] would be the first person to tell you that she didn't have a great season this season." Cohen, who is an executive producer on the series, also addressed reports that Medley was fired. "There was a big story on Page Six that said her turkey baster comment was the last straw for me personally....
    RYAN FRASER became Newcastle’s second signing of the day after joining former Bournemouth team-mate Callum Wilson through the door. Fraser arrives on a free transfer after his Cherries contract expired in June. 1Ryan Fraser has joined Newcastle on a free transfer from BournemouthCredit: Getty Images - Getty The Scottish winger, 26,  said: “I'm absolutely buzzing for it. "I came down to see the place the other day and it was all just good things; the manager, the place, the fans, the messages I've been getting. “It was just a no-brainer, really, to play in such a big stadium with such passionate fans, and being back up in the north again is big as well. “So I'm really looking forward to it and I just can’t wait to show everyone what I can do, help the team and help us get back to where we belong.” MORE TO FOLLOW Most read in FootballLatestSENT OFFEngland's Foden & Greenwood AXED after inviting girls to hotel against Covid rulesPHIL-ING GOODFoden became a dad at 18 with childhood girlfriend & bought a plush £2m homeGossipBALE...
    Harrowing police body camera footage shows how a noise complaint in Arizona turned into a fatal police shooting where a man playing video games was shot in the back seconds after opening his front door. On May 21 around 10pm Phoenix police knocked on the door of Ryan Whitaker, 40, following a complaint about noise from an upstairs neighbor. Whitaker answered the door with a 9mmgun in hand because he heard a stranger knock on his apartment door in the middle of the night earlier that month, according to AZCentral. He had been playing video games with his girlfriend Brandee Nees when he answered the door and was killed in less than a minute.  Harrowing police body camera footage shows how a noise complaint in Arizona turned into a fatal police shooting where Ryan Whitaker, 40, was shot in the back seconds after opening his front door In July Phoenix police released 30-minute video footage from Officer John Ferragamo's bodycamera showing the moment Officer Jeff Cooke shot Whitaker in the back at least two times. Whitaker's gun pictured circled...
    TAMPA, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 24: Clint Frazier #77 of the New York Yankees looks on before the spring training game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Steinbrenner Field on February 24, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) Big Red may finally be on his way back to the Bronx. The Yankees decision to option Thairo Estrada opens the door for Clint Frazier’s return. Aaron Boone has been adamant in his belief that Clint Frazier is ready to help a major league team ever since the moment he was first optioned to the team’s alternate site. It seems the Yankees may now be the team set to benefit from Frazier’s bat at the major league level. The team’s decision to option Thairo Estrada back to the organization’s alternate facility opens up an open spot on the Yankees‘ active roster. Boone needs to add another outfielder to the mix with Giancarlo Stanton on the injured list. That likely means the organization will be forced to make a tough choice between Frazier and Miguel Andujar.What could Clint Frazier give the Yankees?Andujar...
    A San Francisco couple who insisted on holding the 'wedding of their dreams' with 100 guests in the middle of lockdown have now been diagnosed with COVID-19.  The unnamed newlyweds continued with their nuptials earlier this month - despite a ban on indoor events  - and even held a rehearsal dinner with 40 friends and family the night before the big day. A handful of the attendees have now also tested positive for the virus after The San Francisco Chronicle reports potentially exposed guests flew back to Nashville, San Diego and Arizona - areas which have since emerged as hotspots.  California has been struggling with a rise in virus cases, reporting another 8,259 confirmed cases on Sunday to bring the state’s total to more than 450,000. The state has now recorded more than 8,400 deaths. A city official is said to have stopped the proceedings forcing the couple to move outside to a basketball court while the 100 guests watched on Zoom. Guests are said to have been told to enter via the back door of SS Peter and Paul’s Church, which invite instructions...
    Dr Ludwig Mühlhausen (pictured) settled in Teelin - which has a population of just 250 - in south Donegal in 1937 as he mapped out a back-door route to conquer the UK A Nazi spy moved to a tiny Irish fishing village and tested its bay for a potential U-boat invasion of Britain, a BBC documentary claims. Dr Ludwig Mühlhausen settled in Teelin - which has a population of just 250 - in south Donegal in 1937 as he mapped out a back-door route to conquer the UK. The professor, who became a decorated SS officer in the Second World War, presented himself as learning Irish and its history during his six-week visit. But the celtologist, who lectured at Berlin University and Hamburg University, would take numerous pictures of the village and measure the depth of Donegal Bay. The Nazi would lower lead weights into the tide, which later led people to believe he was testing it as a U-boat submarine base. In a less subtle addition, Dr Mühlhausen was also believed to have put a huge picture of Adolf Hitler...
    Robert Privette, 49, is alleged to have slid a spy cam under the door of a room A South Carolina businessman has been arrested after he allegedly slid a tiny camera under the door of an adjoining room in the Florida hotel where he was staying.  Robert Privette, 49, was staying at the DoubleTree resort in Key West when he is alleged to have heard two women in the room next door returning from the beach.  Privette is then said to have managed to slide a tiny spy camera surreptitiously under the door of the room in order to film the pair, aged 24 and 27, as they undressed after a day on the sands. One of the women who had just got changed out of her bikini noticed the camera and quickly called the police who then searched Privette's room before arresting him and charging him with burglary and voyeurism.     Privette is currently free on $30,000 and will be arraigned next week on the felony counts.  In a post-arrest interview as seen by The Smoking Gun, the man...
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