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    Swan then pressed her on the fact that the bill she endorsed says everyone gets released, including human traffickers and child sex predators, not just mentally ill people. "Oh, I know," Tlaib said while denying that she supports the blanket release of people from federal prison. "What I'm saying is look at who's in prison right now. No, look at the folks that are mentally ill, that have substance abuse problems." .@jonathanvswan presses Rep. Tlaib on backing a bill to end federal prisons: To what extent have you wrestled w/ potential downsides? \n\nTlaib: I think everyone's like, oh my god, we're going to just release everybody.\n\nSwan: But the act you endorsed actually says release everyonepic.twitter.com/ZBX3T9wxQy — Axios (@Axios) 1637596854 "I'm not disagreeing with you that there are people who shouldn't be in prison," Swan said before Tlaib interrupted him. "Yeah, but then why aren't you asking me about them? You're asking me about human traffickers and others that should stay [in prison]." "What I'm trying to understand, because it is such a sweeping concrete proposal, do...
    On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “New Day,” House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) conceded that the state and local tax provisions in the Build Back Better reconciliation bill will cut taxes for the wealthy, but argued, “this is not to give them a tax cut alone. The state and local taxes affect everybody.” Co-host John Berman asked, “The Joint Committee on Taxation reports that the wealthiest Americans, largely in the northeast and out west, are going to get a huge tax break for this, and this has to do with raising the limits on the SALT, state and local tax deductions. People making over a million dollars are going to save a lot of money, and it’s a big item in this bill. It’s one of the most expensive items in this bill. Why do these people need tax cuts?” Clyburn responded, “Well, this is not to give them a tax cut alone. The state and local taxes affect everybody. You own a home, you own an automobile, all of these things affect you as well. And so, we’re not...
    Warriors forward Draymond Green was the Bay Area representative among guests on the ‘Manningcast’ presentation of the 49ers’ game against the Rams Monday night. As they are wont to do, the Manning brothers (or their producers) dug up some relevant video to embarrass Green and entertain the ESPN2 audience during the third quarter of a surprising 49ers blowout win. In college, Green was invited to join the Michigan State football team during its spring game, playing as a tight end. It did not go well for Green. The film showed Green making a catch in warmups before the Spartans’ intrasquad exhibition affair, but the only live-action play shown did not put Green in such a positive light. Safe to say Draymond Green chose the right sport ???? pic.twitter.com/NUAja3bGyR — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) November 16, 2021 “I didn’t know this was a setup. So when I went out there, they told me ‘We’re going on set-hit’, so everybody over there on the defensive line and the offensive line is yelling ‘hit-hit’,”...
    Britney Spears Best Quotes About Her Sons Sean Preston and Jayden Before It Became the Norm, Which States Had the Most Remote Workers? LOS ANGELES — The Phoenix Suns were one of the biggest surprise teams of the 2020-21 season. But now with a target on their backs, deriving from a trip to the Finals, they won’t be catching the opposition slipping from here on out. That’s a commonplace challenge of trying to get back to the final round. But the young Suns perhaps could face another unfamiliar challenge this season: keeping envy and discourse away — due to money — from what is widely known to be one of the tightest locker rooms in the league. In an exclusive interview with All-Star point guard Chris Paul, he explained the dynamic the team faces this season and why he’s confident they can overcome the hurdles on and off the court. “Man, this is probably one of the best locker room that I’ve been in my whole career,” Paul told Yahoo Sports. “Because we have young guys that are leaders...
    Whoopi Goldberg told her co-hosts Tuesday on ABC’s “The View” that former Secretary of State Colin Powell may not have died if more Americas were vaccinated against COVID-19. Goldberg said, “Here’s my thing, at some point, people are going to have to grow up. You’re either going to have to make a decision. Five gazillion of us are vaccinated, and we’re okay. Yeah, people have died. People have died having been vaccinated. As of October, there have been 7,178 fatal breakthrough cases that have been reported to the CDC.” She continued, “The point is you see us all walking around. You see people who have been vaccinated walking around. We’re not walking around with two heads or five tails. We’re walking around like everybody else.” Goldberg added, “It is very simple. He may not have died as quickly —” Co-host Joy Behar said, “Colin Powell.” Goldberg continued, “Had everybody been vaccinated. Yes, he may not have died as quickly. And all of those folks over at Fox, just tell your people. Tell your people why you had to get it. You...
    During a portion of an interview aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” former Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott said the morale among Border Patrol agents is “struggling” and criticized President Joe Biden for taking the approach that “due process applies to everybody else,” but not Border Patrol agents. Host Bret Baier asked, “What is the Border Patrol morale?” Scott answered, “It’s struggling right now. It really is struggling right now. Obviously, this administration doesn’t really support border security.” After the discussion turned to Biden’s denunciation of how Border Patrol agents on horseback treated migrants, Scott said, “I was dumbfounded. To take a word from somebody else, I was — it was — I was outraged that, all of a sudden, due process goes out the window. Border security protects legal immigration, and those guys know it and that’s what they’ve been doing. And all of a sudden, now, due process applies to everybody else, but not them. And then, all of a sudden, our Horse Patrol, doing what they’re supposed to do, which is prevent people...
    President Joe Biden condemned activists cornering Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in a bathroom over the weekend and filming the encounter but dismissed the tactics as common and "part of the process." “I don’t think they’re appropriate tactics, but it happens to everybody,” Biden said of the people who confronted Sinema on Sunday. “The only people it doesn’t happen to is people who have Secret Service standing around them. It’s part of the process.” ACTIVISTS FOLLOW SINEMA INTO BATHROOM, VIDEOTAPE OUTSIDE HER BATHROOM STALL In the video, activists from Living United For Change urged Sinema, a lecturer at Arizona State University’s School of Social Work, to support Biden’s Build Back Better plan , a sweeping social spending proposal that Democrats aim to pass through the budget reconciliation process. The legislation needs every Democratic vote to pass, including Sinema’s. The senator is under pressure from Democratic groups over her opposition to the $3.5 trillion price tag of Biden’s plan. Sinema met with Biden to discuss the bill last week but has not committed to supporting it. In a statement on...
    Leah Remini shared her thoughts on how fellow actress Laura Prepon kept mum about her exit from the Church of Scientology. The "King of Queens" actress, 51, was a part of the Church but now is very vocal about the alleged injustices committed by the organization. Remini left Scientology in 2013.  She told Daily Blast Live on Tuesday that Prepon, 41, could have used her platform to help others who are struggling to leave.  Remini told the outlet she "reached out" to Prepon but that "not everybody who has a voice uses it." LEAH REMINI SAYS HER BATTLE WITH THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY IS 'EMOTIONALLY DRAINING' "I got people into Scientology—I promoted it most of my life," Remini explained. "For those of us who were in the public eye and who were speaking on behalf of Scientology, getting people into Scientology, I feel that we have a responsibility to do the work when we find out that none of those things we were doing was not only [not] helpful, but damaging and very harmful to people's lives." Actress Leah...
    U.S. Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger on Friday defended the right of those attending Saturday’s rally outside the Capitol to express their views. During a press briefing with Capitol and DC police officials, Manger was asked if there are any members of Congress who plan to attend the rally in support of those who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 and if he has a response to “the underlying purpose of this rally” in that those attending believe the Jan. 6 rioters are “political prisoners.” Manger said he is not aware of any elected officials who plan to attend that a few members of Congress were invited but declined. He did not say the names of the elected officials. Regarding the meaning of the rally, “you’re not going to like my answer,” said Manger, who went on to say that “everybody’s got the right to free speech. They can believe what they want to believe. I’m there to uphold the rule of law and make sure everybody’s safe.” Security fencing in front of the Capitol and other measures have been...
    Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list on Thursday after he was considered to be a high-risk close contact following a positive COVID-19 test, which forced him to stay away from the team for five days. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM In late July, Wentz decided not to say whether he was vaccinated or not. On Thursday, Wentz elaborated more on that statement saying that it’s a "personal decision for me and my family." "I respect everybody else's decision and I just ask that everybody does the same for me," Wentz told reporters. "I know that's not the world that we live in, everyone isn't going to view things the same. No one really knows what is going on in someone else's household and how things are being handled. So, it's a personal decision, that's just where I'm at on it. COLTS ACTIVATE QB WENTZ, WR PASCAL AND C KELLY FROM COVID LIST "With the protocols and everything the way that they are, really for us, it's all about understanding things clearly and...
    He added that the U.S. would work to get them out diplomatically by the State Department. "I believe our Department of State is going to work very hard to allow any American citizens that are left, and we think the citizens that were not brought out number in the low — very low 100s," McKenzie explained. "I believe that we're going to be able to get those people out." The Biden administration has faced bitter criticism over the way the withdrawal has been mismanaged. On Thursday, 13 U.S. service members were killed when a suicide terror attack struck people trying to get into the airport. Dozens of Afghans were also killed and injured in the gruesome attack. The Pentagon said that 122,300 people had been evacuated from Afghanistan since the beginning of August, but only 5.400 of those were American citizens. "Every single U.S. service member is out of Afghanistan, I can say that with absolute certainty," McKenzie said. Here's more about the end of the U.S. mission in Afghanistan: "I'm here to announce...
    VIDEO2:3502:35We're in this situation for a variety of reasons, none of them good: Col. Jack JacobsThe News with Shepard Smith Retired Colonel Jack Jacobs told CNBC that President Joe Biden will be unable to fulfill his promise of ending the war in Afghanistan and rescuing all Americans and U.S. allies from the country.  "The war is not over, we're not going to be able to rescue everybody, and I'm afraid that if we're not careful, if our allies aren't careful, if the Taliban's not careful, we're going to wind up with terrorists who are out of everybody's control, and are going to be threatening us and our allies again in the future," said Jacobs, an NBC News military analyst. Biden alluded to plans to develop targets among ISIS-K during his Thursday evening remarks, after a suicide bomber outside the city's airport killed at least 113 people, including 13 U.S. service members. "We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay," Biden said on Thursday, speaking from the White House. Jacobs told "The...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The state’s COVID-19 numbers are up sharply Tuesday, part of a trend we’re seeing nationwide. In Minnesota, 625 new cases were announced, along with one new death. Against the number of new tests processed, Tuesday’s presumed positivity rate is at 11.7%. The state health department says some of these new numbers are from the weekend, but it’s still a sharp uptick from last week, and experts are warning it will get worse. READ MORE: Semi Crashes On I-70 In Wheat Ridge Near Denver Dr. Gregory Poland of the Mayo Clinic is one of the nation’s leading experts on vaccines. He says he is still wearing a mask even when he steps out of his Mayo office. “I think there is no question that we are going to see a surge,” he said. “In a crowded scenario, I am in a mask, indoors or outdoors.” The Minnesota Department of Health say 99% of new cases in Minnesota are in unvaccinated people, and 75% of those new cases are the Delta variant. “It’s a serious warning for us in...
    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell opened Tuesday’s Senate GOP press conference with an urgent plea for more Americans to get vaccinated. With Covid cases rising around the country due to the Delta variant, McConnell said, “It never occurred to me after three highly effective vaccines were developed in under a year that we’d have difficulty getting Americans to take the shots, but that’s obviously where we are.” McConnell, a polio survivor, has been particularly vocal in recent months encouraging vaccines and specifically addressing hesitancy among Republican men. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible or we’re going to be back in a situation in the fall that we don’t yearn for that we went through last year,” he added. Minutes later, he again emphasized the need for vaccinations and said, “This is not complicated!” One reporter asked him about individuals on the right who have been making a number of anti-vaccine comments. McConnell responded: I don’t know how I could be any more clear than I have been. I’ve been saying the same thing about...
    Getty There is no love lost between Eagles tackle Lane Johnson and the hated Dallas Cowboys. Nick Sirianni might not be winning any preseason Coach of the Year awards, but the Philadelphia Eagles’ new leader of men has been earning respect in the only place that matters – in the hearts and minds of his players. The locker room seems to be picking up what Sirianni is putting down. Lane Johnson provided a small glimpse into how things have been going. The veteran right tackle saw a level-headed coach during their interactions in spring OTAs, a guy who knows how to push the right buttons without getting in people’s faces. Sirianni certainly seems like a players’ coach. “He’s taken great command of the team early on,” Johnson told 6abc’s Jeff Skversky. “I think what I appreciate about him the most is he holds everybody accountable. When we go to practice, it doesn’t matter if you’re a veteran or a rookie on the first day. “If you’re making mistakes, he’ll push you on the board. Not to call you...
    BENOIT PAIRE was hit with a court violation for poor sportsmanship for 'not trying' during his first-round loss at Wimbledon. The controversial Frenchman, 32, was losing 6-3 6-4 5-0 to Diego Schwartzmann when he appeared to give up - sparking a furious fan to roar: "You're wasting everybody's time!" 1Benoit Paire was given a court violation for poor sportsmanship after he appeared to give up during his first-round loss to Diego SchwartzmannCredit: Reuters ???? Follow all of the latest news and updates from Wimbledon right here Paire passively hit a meek forehand into the net to go 30-0 down in what was clearly going to be the final game of his first-round match at Wimbledon. After umpire Mohamed Lahyani urged him to 'try his best', Paire sulked and stomped off to his chair. The France ace demanded the physio in a clear protest as he slumped in his chair. Lahyani denied the request, saying: "I'm not going to call the physio. "You have to show more sportsmanship. You have to try to do your best." As Paire continued to argue...
    Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images Whether or not to get the vaccine is becoming a societal question that could dominate sports talk over the next couple months. NFL teams are working to get their players the jab, with the goal of reaching an 85% vaccination rate to achieve relaxed Covid protocols deemed by the league. As expected, not every player is comfortable getting the vaccine. And Washington Football Team defensive end Montez Sweat made that clear Wednesday. “I probably won’t get vaccinated until I got more facts and that type of stuff, but I’m not a fan of it at all,” the 24-year-old Sweat said. “I haven’t caught Covid yet. I don’t see me treating Covid until I actually get Covid.” If Sweat doesn’t want to take the vaccine, that’s his decision, but the excuse of wanting to get “more facts,” is a curious one, because his team already took care of that. “There’s a lot of messaging out there that they get off Twitter, and some of it’s good and some of it’s bad,” team head coach Ron Rivera...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A fixer upper home or a flip candidate is defined as a bargain-priced home that needs considerable repairs in order to make it livable. Historically, those kinds of properties were plentiful in North Texas, but these days new research from porch.com suggest, not so much. Fort Worth was ranked number 10 in the hardest places to find a fixer upper, according to the website. Jaclyn Lambert, a spokesperson for the site, said Dallas also didn’t fair too well according to their data. “Out of all of the listings they had some of the fewest. There is less than one percent of homes that would be considered a fixer upper in the Dallas market at this time,” said Lambert. “The investor market for real estate is simply maturing in the area. So, what that means is especially with inventory being limited, once the homes are fixed and sold way above asking where else do you go from there?” The current inventory of homes in DFW is about one month’s supply according to experts. Hayden Lyon, owner of...
    Former President Donald Trump dissed the Biden administration Friday for failing to credit vaccine accomplishments under his administration prior to Jan. 20. Trump described his efforts regarding vaccines as a "modern day miracle" after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its mask guidance. Those who are vaccinated are no longer required to don face coverings inside and outside, regardless of crowd size, the CDC told the country Thursday. Experts have posited that the recent change is one of the first signs that the United States is bouncing out of the monthslong pandemic, which has frustrated residents and left a trail of destruction. "Isn’t it incredible that because of the vaccines, which I and my Administration came up with years ahead of schedule (despite the fact that everybody, including Fauci, said would never happen), that we no longer need masks, and yet our names are not even mentioned in what everybody is calling the modern day miracle of the vaccines?" Trump said in his tweemail. TRUMP SLAMS LIZ CHENEY AS 'WARMONGERING FOOL' IN LATEST TWEEMAIL...
    On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Cuomo Primetime,” White House Senior Adviser for COVID Response Andy Slavitt stated that people who are vaccinated are “not dying from COVID and they’re not spreading COVID.” Slavitt said, “I think that the one thing we know for sure is that if you get vaccinated, life is safer for you. There’s one thing that everybody who’s died of COVID has in common — virtually — one thing that virtually everybody has in common, and that’s that they’re not vaccinated. People who are vaccinated, one of the things that they have in common is they’re not dying from COVID and they’re not spreading COVID.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    Floyd Mayweather. Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images For ESPYS Floyd Mayweather gives the red-carpet treatment to everybody, not just fighters. That's according to the Mayweather Promotions CEO, who said Floyd is hands-on with his athletes. "I'm proud to be a partner of his," Leonard Ellerbe said. "We've got big things ahead with these young fighters." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Floyd Mayweather knows how to roll out the red carpet for everybody, not just fighters. That's according to Leonard Ellerbe, the CEO of the Las Vegas-based talent agency Mayweather Promotions, which brands itself as the past, present, and future of boxing. Mayweather, a former five-weight world champion, provides boxing's past. But because the 44-year-old plays an active role in training, and offering advice to athletes at the Mayweather Boxing Club, he is also the present. With Gervonta Davis, Rolly Romero, and Richardson Hitchins, Mayweather Promotions has fighters who are capable of carrying the sport forward in the coming years, while five recent signings — from Dorian Khan Jr. to Jalil Hackett — are the teenage novices...
    Even if you don’t believe that he has the best case to win the award, you have to respect Ben Simmons’ honesty when it comes to the 2020-21 Defensive Player of the Year race. In a recent interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, the 76ers star was asked whether he agreed with Philadelphia coach Doc Rivers’ comments about Simmons being a “lock” for Defensive Player of the Year. Rivers argued that Simmons is unique in that he can cover every position and “literally at times swallows players.” MORE: Kevin Durant calls out Shannon Sharpe for using fake quote Simmons told Nichols that he agrees “100 percent” with that sentiment and deserves to be crowned the best defensive player in the league. He also threw in a dig at Jazz center Rudy Gobert, a two-time Defensive Player of the Year who will likely be at the top of many ballots when the votes are counted. “I’m one of those guys who can guard one through five,” Simmons said. “Obviously, there’s a lot of respect for Rudy. I know what he’s capable of. I know he’s great down...
    Are Jana Kramer and More Country Music Wives Filming a Reality TV Show? Heres What We Know How Close Is Wells Fargo to Exiting Its Asset Cap? © Provided by Sports Illustrated Simmons used his career-high 42 points against the Jazz as an example of Gobert's weakness. View the original article to see embedded media.Ben Simmons lobbied for Defensive Player of the Year while on ESPN's The Jump on Tuesday and touched on Jazz center Rudy Gobert's case for the award.  Simmons, who is considered a favorite for the award, said he was a better defender than Gobert in large because the seven-footer is unable to guard multiple positions. He used their own matchup as an example.  "He's great down there in the paint, but he's not guarding everybody," Simmons said. "He guarded me in Utah...and I had 42 (points). And apparently, I'm not a scorer. I have a lot of respect for him, but I think it's (DPOY) mine this year."  Simmons was alluding to the 76ers' 134–123 loss against the Jazz on Feb. 15 where he scored a career-high 42...
    Patrick Ewing. Matt Slocum/AP Images Knicks legend Patrick Ewing said he was stopped by MSG security at the Big East Tournament. The Georgetown head coach said everyone at MSG "should know who the hell I am." Ewing's former teammate Charles Oakley was detained by building security in 2017. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. NBA legend and Georgetown men's basketball head coach Patrick Ewing has a gripe with Madison Square Garden's security. Speaking from the Big East Tournament on Thursday, Ewing told reporters that he had been stopped by MSG security numerous times. As the all-time leading scorer of the professional basketball team that plays in that arena, Ewing felt he should have been recognized. "I thought this was my building," Ewing said. "And I feel terrible that I'm getting stopped, accosted, asked for passes. Everybody in this building should know who the hell I am. And I'm getting stopped — I can't move around this building." Ewing joked that he might have to call MSG chairman and New York Knicks owner James Dolan to...
    Viewers might know Dr. Miami, aka Michael Salzhauer, best from his viral Snapchats. The plastic surgeon built his fame -- and millions of followers -- on live streaming graphic procedures on social media. Critics consider Salzhauer's methods controversial because of how he blurs the line between entertainment and surgery. However, in addition to being an M.D., Salzhauer is also a devoted husband, father, and Orthodox Jew. His different sides are explored in a no-holds-barred documentary, "They Call Me Dr. Miami," directed by Jean-Simon Chartier. FLORIDA PLASTIC SURGEON OFFERS DRIVE-THROUGH BOTOX TO QUARANTINED RESIDENTS Salzhauer spoke to Fox News about filming the doc, society's obsession with perfection, and how he balances his personal and professional life.  Fox News: Do you consider yourself controversial? Dr. Michael Salzhauer: I've been controversial since the first grade. I can't remember a time in my life where I wasn't controversial. I don't feel vilified and maybe I should, but I don't maybe because I kind of stay in my lane and operate with blinders, maybe like most megalomaniacs, I kind of just focus on the job at hand, which is my patients and my family. Is my wife...
    (Reuters) - When Judge Roy Ferguson opened up virtual proceedings of the 394th Judicial District Court in Texas on Zoom on Tuesday, he was not expecting to see two lawyers and a kitten. The cute blue-eyed "cat" in the bottom right corner was actually county attorney Rod Ponton, covered by a filter. "Mr Ponton, I believe you have filter turned on in the video settings," said the judge. Ponton said his assistant was trying to fix the settings. "I'm here live, I'm not a cat," he said. "I can see that," said the judge. As the video went viral on social media, Ferguson wrote in a tweet: "IMPORTANT ZOOM TIP: If a child used your computer, before you join a virtual hearing check the Zoom Video Options to be sure filters are off." The 69-year-old Ponton told Reuters that he was not sure how the filter had appeared. "I logged into my secretary's computer to appear at this hearing via Zoom, and when everybody's ready the judge calls the case and everybody's face is supposed to pop up on Zoom....
    An aerial view of the Poundbury urban extension. Poundbury/ Duchy of Cornwall Poundbury is an urban extension to Dorchester in Dorset, UK. Its guiding philosophy was spearheaded by HRH Prince Charles. While some have hailed its innovation, others have said it lacks character. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It is often visited by architects, town planners, and property developers from around the world, eager to learn more about the project that is almost 40 years in the making. But one of Poundbury's frequent visitors knows more about the project than most. His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales, who visits at least twice a year, is the champion of the project and plays an important role in its vision. "His Royal Highness very much has a say in the overall philosophy and direction," Poundbury's estate development manager Jason Bowerman told Insider. Read more: TikTok helps agents sell luxury real estate faster and for more. It's not just for gasping at how the rich live. Poundbury is an experimental urban extension on the outskirts of Dorchester — a...
    Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield insisted “nobody here is satisfied yet” after they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers to record a first playoff win since 1994. The Browns jumped to a 28-0 first-quarter lead on Sunday at Heinz Field, where they had been enduring a 17-game losing streak, the third-longest on the road at a single opponent in NFL history. That first-quarter points tally, a joint record in the playoffs, was followed by some resolute second-half defense as they secured a 48-37 victory. The triumph was made more remarkable by the fact a coronavirus outbreak meant practice sessions on Wednesday and Thursday were canceled and coach Kevin Stefanski was forced to watch the action from home. Mayfield, who completed 21 of 34 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns, is already looking ahead to next Sunday’s showdown with top seeds the Kansas City Chiefs. MORE: Browns’ coming-of-age win over Steelers a playoff revelation “We’re a team, we stick together, and to have those guys there in our celebration was great,” he said. “But the best thing about it was the mentality of...
    Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is set to face off against YouTube star Logan Paul in an exhibition boxing match on Feb. 20. On Sunday Floyd Mayweather set the internet into a frenzy when he announced that he will be facing off against YouTube sensation Logan Paul on Feb. 20, 2021, confirming rumors from earlier this year. Snoop has already expressed interest in calling the fight, and I am sure we can all agree that the rapper serving as an announcer would be worth $24.99. Unlike the fight with Conor McGregor, this fight is an exhibition, so it will not end up on Mayweather’s record. Frankly, the more eyes on the sport, the better. Try and look at the positives, not the fact that a legend is facing an amateur. Next: Is Mayweather really boxing Logan Paul?
    Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough hit President Donald Trump for not conceding the 2020 presidential elections as his campaign has filed lawsuits in multiple states over voter fraud. Co-host Mika Brzezinski questioned why Trump is continuing to declare victory on Twitter and fighting the results. Scarborough argued that Trump is “reckless,” and nobody believes him. “I’m asking the question … what does he see on the other side of this that is having him act so unbelievably erratically against what is so transparent and true?” Brzezinski wondered. “We’re four years into Donald Trump, and you’re asking what does he think is coming out of this? He’s a day trader,” Scarborough replied. “As Maggie Haberman said, he’s survived trying to live the next 10 minutes. He will figure out at some point it’s over because people around him know it’s over.” “Well, of course. But I think many would say the more destruction you do now, the more destruction you do to your next act,” Brzezinski stated. “Nobody believes him. Nobody believes a word he’s saying,” Scarborough added....
    Growing Up Hip Hop star Angela Simmons had pulses racing with her Friday Instagram post. The trio of photos that she uploaded to her social media page showed her looking absolutely fierce as she flaunted her enviable figure. Angela posed indoors in a hallway for this set of snaps. She noted in her caption that she chose the Fashion Nova brand for this ensemble and the alluring outfit was perfection from head to toe. Long, straight black extensions tumbled over Angela’s shoulder. She had her tresses styled with an off-center part and the choice to go straight in this case seemed like the perfect option for the vibe she gave off in this case. The background where Angela posed was fairly plain. There was a front door behind her and neutral tones on both the walls and in the carpeting covering the floor. She wore a bold watch and rings on multiple fingers, although it was her titillating outfit that demanded everybody’s full attention. Skintight black faux leather pants and black heels were paired with a bubblegum pink short-sleeved crop...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) revealed he has not been tested for Covid-19 in 10 days prior to the start of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Amy Coney Barrett. During the hearing, Graham revealed that he “was tested a week ago Friday” after having “brief contact” with Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), who tested positive for Covid-19, and that he was negative. After claiming that he’s been told by a physician “there’s no requirement to test me,” Graham said, “I feel fine. My exposure is not such that I should be quarantined or tested. Anybody that wants to get tested, they can.” “I made a decision to try to make the room as safe as possible, but to come to work. Millions of Americans are going to work today,” he continued. “Somebody may have tested positive in a restaurant, a military unit, a fire department, or a police department. You make it as safe as possible, you manage the risk, and you go to work.” “I’m not going to be told to be tested by political opponents. I’m going...
    The ill feelings between Chris Wallace and the Trump campaign continued to simmer on Sunday, even though the presidential debate happened nearly a week ago. Wallace butted heads with Steve Cortes, a senior adviser for the Trump campaign, during an interview on "Fox News Sunday." Wallace pressed Cortes on why the first family were not wearing face masks at the first presidential debate, which Wallace moderated. Wallace asked Cortes, "Do they think that the health and safety rules for everybody else do not apply to them?" Cortes responded, "Everybody was tested before that event, as you well know." He continued, "Those of us who went first were tested by Cleveland Clinic directly. Everybody who gets on Air Force One for any trip on Air Force One is tested before they get on." A feisty Wallace retorted, "It doesn't matter. Everybody that was in that room was tested – Steve, everybody that was in that room was tested and the Cleveland Clinic's regulation was it didn't matter, everybody except for the three of us on the stage was to...
    Getty LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers. If the Los Angeles Lakers win the 2020 NBA Finals, should there be an asterisk next to their name? LIVE with Chris BroussardWhat comes next for the Celtics? NBA insider Chris Broussard joins us LIVE!2020-09-28T20:13:38Z “There’s no asterisk,” Fox Sports’ Chris Broussard told me on the Heavy Live With Scoop B Show. “I don’t believe in asterisks. Now, what I do believe in is that say in baseball, they should have vacated the title that the Astros won with the cheating. I do believe, not an asterisk but take the titles and strip them of the championship. But outside of that, I don’t believe in asterisks because we can come up with something almost every Finals; maybe not every one, certainly not every one but I could name off the top of my head several Finals that we could come with an ‘asterisk’ if we wanted to.” That line of thinking is similar to Lakers Vice President of Basketball Operations, Rob Pelinka. “I’s not an asterisk,” he told Spectrum Sports....
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