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    The host of Restaurant Hunters has told how his love of fatty foods almost cost him his life, when he suffered a massive heart attack last year at the age of 41. Rob Petrone, from New York state, spent five years eating his way across the region. He won six Emmy awards for his show, which began airing in January 2015 in the lower Hudson Valley, and featured the best restaurants with the most delicious dishes. He said he fell victim to ordering the most lavish-looking items on the menu, in a bid to get more attention on social media. Rob Petrone, 41, almost died of a heart attack while playing with his children last year Petrone's show saw him scouring the region for the finest restaurants, and tucking in 'My Instagram account started feeling like a second job, and the pressure to post pictures of what I...
    US Attorney General William Barr rejected a plea deal for Derek Chauvin days after the Minneapolis cop was accused of killing George Floyd, a new report claims.  Three law enforcement officials with knowledge of the deal told the New York Times that Chauvin had agreed to plead guilty to third-degree murder three days after video of him kneeling on Floyd's neck during an arrest on May 25 went viral, sparking fevered protests in the city and around the US.  Under the deal, Chauvin would avoid civil rights charges and serve no more than 10 years in prison, the Times sources said.  But right before local prosecutors were set to announce the deal, Barr stepped in and quashed it. One official said Barr made the decision because he feared the deal would be perceived as too lenient and premature, potentially exacerbating the unrest gripping the nation.    The Times report published Wednesday...
    Paulina Porizkova has revealed that she regrets not signing a prenup with her late husband Ric Ocasek, who cut her out of his will, saying she had to rely on friends to buy her groceries after he died. The 55-year-old model opened up about her financial mistakes during a two-part conversation with Paula Polito, vice chairwoman of UBS Global Wealth Management, as part of her paid partnership with the bank.  When asked if she had regretted not signing prenup when she got married in her early 20s, Paulina let out a maniacal laugh and made a face, saying: 'Uh, yeah.'  Scroll down for video   Candid: Paulina Porizkova, 55, opened up about her financial mistakes during a two-part conversation with UBS as part of her paid partnership with the bank Real: The model told Paula Polito, vice chairwoman of UBS Global Wealth Management, that she regrets not signing a prenup...
    An emotional Nile Rodgers has revealed that he's been unable to bury his mother a month after she died because her body is in a refrigerator truck filled with covid victims.  The 68-year-old Chic guitarist announced his mother Beverly Goodman, 82, had died on December 27 at a New York hospital following a battle with Alzheimer's disease. And today he told former Downing Street aide Andy Coulson on his Crisis What Crisis podcast that the coronavirus outbreak in New York means that his mother's body is still being kept in the back of a refrigerated truck, along with victims of the virus.   He said: 'I mean talk about a crisis. So, today is the 26th and my Mom is still - I've not been able to make any funeral plans. 'She's in the back of a refrigerator truck because of Covid. 'It's horrible, breaking our hearts. When you go there and you see...
    Covid-19 has been blamed for a spike in avalanche deaths, with experts saying skiers are going off-piste to avoid crowds and ignoring warnings because they are sick of following coronavirus rules. So far this winter, 14 people have died as a result of avalanche accidents in Switzerland, including eight people over the last weekend alone. This is well above the yearly average of eight people, and is higher than the number of fatalities from any winter in the past two decades apart from 2014-15 which saw 18 people die. One of the latest people to be killed by an avalanche was Jamie Clark, a 38-year-old British man who was killed when snow engulfed ten people off-piste in Les Attelas area near Verbier on Monday. Pierre Mathey, chief of the Swiss Mountain Guide Association, believes lockdown is giving people cabin fever, making them more likely to rush outside when rules allow despite the...
    New York Gov Andrew Cuomo claimed on Monday that Santa Claus is going to be good to him this year because he worked hard this year, sparking anger over his handling of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes where more than 6,000 residents died.  During a press conference, Cuomo explained: 'There's going to be a time when people turn around and say, "why did 57 people die? And why did we have more people die than anywhere else?" 'You don't want to have to answer that question. And the answer can't be, "because we played politics".' The governor then encouraged New Yorkers to have a 'healthy holiday,' noting that he was 'going to have a great one'. 'Santa's going to be very good to me. I can tell. I worked hard this year,' Cuomo said.  New York Gov Andrew Cuomo claimed on Monday that Santa Claus is going to be...
    The last words Kim Folsom told her husband over the phone Dec. 7, as she lay in the emergency room of Hi-Desert Medical Center in Joshua Tree, were terrifyingly simple. “I’m scared.” They were the last words that Billy, a retired mechanic for the city of Costa Mesa who was in the parking lot of the small hospital, ever expected his wife to say. Kim called Billy just as he had returned from their home with some of her clothes. She was a former nurse with a radiant smile and matronly toughness that could calm down angry drunks at the biker bars she and Billy loved to visit. A three-year bout with pancreatic cancer hadn’t diminished her spirit or resolve. Billy and Kim Folsom bought a house in Joshua Tree, Calif., three years ago, around the time she received her cancer diagnosis, so they could fight...
    Rep. Ilhan Omar, said Friday that her father died of Covid-19 in June because of "criminal neglect" by the Trump administration.  "My father and over 300,000 people have lost their lives because of dangerous criminal neglect by Trump and his administration," she told MSNBC. "I agree with Clyburn that it is not enough for us just to issue subpoenas, we have to investigate and prosecute these people who are responsible for these reckless deaths." Omar, D-Minn., said her father and others who have passed away from COVID-19 are "not here with us because we didn't have leaders who cared about their lives." OMAR ATTACKS DEM LEADER FOR 'CAVING' TO GOP ON COVID RELIEF  "The president, to this day, has not shown an ounce of compassion to the people who have passed away," she added.  "My father survived so many things, for him to lose his life to COVID is devastating," Omar...
    CHICAGO (CBS) —The backdrop for Chicago’s first COVID vaccinations is significant. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports from Chicago’s Austin neighborhood. The zip code 60644, which includes Loretto Hospital, has one of the highest COVID-19 death rates in the city. The death rate there is much higher than the city’s overall. COVID-19 is pervasive in the area where one in every 18 residents has had the virus. Chris Patterson is glad Loretto Hospital was chosen to host the first vaccinations. He is with the Institute for NonViolence Chicago. He has seen the reality behind the statistics firsthand. “In the sense of it behind ground zero, where so many people have died here because of COVID in the community,” Patterson said. The 60644 zip code has a population of just under 50,000 and so far, has had a staggering 102 COVID-19 deaths. The medical professionals at Loretto Hospital have been serving...
    A MOM died because 911 dispatchers didn't believe her young son when he called begging for help, a lawsuit alleges. Cathryn McClelland, 40, passed away in Kansas City, Missouri, in July 2019. 4Cathryn McClelland died aged 40 last yearCredit: Facebook 4Her brave eight-year-old son called 911 when his mom felt illCredit: Facebook Her family filed a lawsuit stating that some blunders by emergency services led to her death. The mom-of-two felt ill in the morning of her death before going to work. She wanted to drive to hospital and called her sister to meet her and the kids at the emergency room, a GoFundMe page created after her death said. But before she was able to go to hospital, she collapsed at home and became unresponsive. Her brave eight-year-old son dialled 911 and calmed his three-year-old sister while waiting for the emergency services. BRAVE BOY The lawsuit alleges the boy...
    Tommy 'Tiny' Lister gave a final interview days before he died in which he vowed to take the coronavirus vaccine because he's got 'work to do', DailyMailTV can reveal. The beloved Hollywood star, who died Thursday from Covid-19 related symptoms - the second time he's had the virus this year - was diabetic so would have been among the first to get the vaccine. Lister, 62, who most notably played the bully Deebo in the Friday films, spoke to TV and radio personality Brandon Jay on December 4. And in the video, given to DailyMailTV exclusively, the actor looked visibly ill, had a hoarse voice and regularly cleared his throat with a cough during the 13 minute chat. The star also wore a mask for the entire interview which was conducted over Zoom from his Marina Del Rey apartment - the same location his body was found Thursday. DailyMailTV...
    A RUSSIAN Youtuber alleged to have killed his pregnant girlfriend during a live stream reportedly locked her on a balcony in freezing temperatures "because she smelt". Stas Reeflay, real name Stanislav Reshetnikov, was arrested after paramedics found Valentina Grigoryeva unresponsive at his home near Moscow on the night of December 2. 6Youtuber Stas Reeflay, real name Stanislav Reshetnikov, is accused of killing his girlfriend during a live streamCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6Valentina Grigoryeva died after being locked out on a balcony in subzero temperaturesCredit: MK 6Reshetnikov had reportedly been paid by followers to inflict abuse on his girlfriend Reshetnikov, 30, had reportedly been paid $1,000 (£750) by a viewer to inflict abuse on Grigoryeva, 28, during a broadcast on his Youtube channel. On the night of her death, he was seen pushing Grigoryeva, who was in the early stages of pregnancy, onto the balcony of his flat wearing...
    CHICAGO — Being able to social distance is a privilege — and one that made the difference between life and death for some Chicagoans this spring, a new study highlights. Chicago neighborhoods that had barriers to social distancing — like ones where more people lived in crowded housing or had fewer people who could work from home — saw more COVID-19 deaths during the spring, according to the study, which was published Thursday and performed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago. That translated into more COVID-19 deaths in neighborhoods with more Black and Latino residents, while there were fewer deaths in neighborhoods with more white and Asian residents, according to the study. Neighborhoods that saw more deaths were also more likely to have fewer households with internet, a higher proportion of SNAP recipients and lower educational attainment among residents, according to study. “Barriers to social distancing...
    This is the cramped makeshift bedroom where Diego Maradona spent his final days - a small ground-floor playroom with a wardrobe doubling up as a door to give him a small amount of privacy in what proved to be the last weeks of his life.  After leaving hospital on November 11 following a brain blood clot operation, Maradona was supposed to sleep in an upstairs en-suite bedroom which his daughter Jana had prepared after signing a £12,000 three-month rental contract.  But the ground-floor room ended up being transformed into a substitute bedroom because of the difficulty he had getting up stairs following his surgery. Pictures published by Argentinian media showed a wardrobe had been dragged into the space between the emergency bedroom and the living room. Maradona, who was 60 when he died last Wednesday from heart failure, did not even have a proper toilet in the makeshift bedroom and made do...
    Former Bush White House medical adviser Dr. Jonathan Reiner weighed in on the news that Donald Trump Jr. is the latest member of the president’s inner circle to test positive for Covid-19. He said that he took no pleasure from the virus infecting the president’s son, someone who has publicly dismissed the deadly risks of the outbreak, and instead just felt frustration and anger. Appearing on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, Reiner emphasized that the disconnect between the Trump campaign’s lack of leadership as the pandemic is raging out of control across the country. “Don Jr. tested positive after attending an indoor Election Night party with barely any masks,” Lemon noted. “When you don’t take the virus seriously, aren’t outbreaks likely, like this, unfortunate? I mean, it’s unfortunate, obviously, but it’s inevitable, don’t you think?” “It’s even simpler than that. When you don’t take masks seriously, you will get infected by...
    She has won rave reviews for her role as the late Princess Diana in the fourth series of Netflix hit, The Crown.  And in a new chat with Interview magazine, Emma, 24, said that there has been a Diana-theme throughout her life which 'keeps cropping up.' More than 20 years before, when Corrin was a toddler, her mother walked into a café in a London railway station, causing several customers to faint because she bore such a resemblance to the Princess of Wales, who had died in a car accident just hours earlier.  'There’s this theme throughout my life of her cropping up': The Crown's Emma Corrin claimsed people 'FAINTED' when they saw her mother hours after Princess Diana died because they looked so alike as she poses for a stylish shoot  She said that when she was offered the role Emma said she 'nearly blacked out'. Her...
    A 26-year-old Las Vegas woman has been accused of killing her two daughters – allegedly telling their father that the infants’ organs would be “worth a lot of money,” according to a report. Amanda Sharp-Jefferson, 26, was arrested Friday on murder charges after her boyfriend, Jaykwon Singleton, said he came home to find her with their unresponsive daughters — Rose, 1, and Lily, 2 months — on top of each other in a baby swing, both dead, the Review Journal reported, citing an arrest report. Singleton told investigators that Sharp-Jefferson “kept shushing him and at one point, made a statement that their organs were worth a lot of money,” according to the report. When asked about comments about the value of the organs, Sharp-Jefferson said she “saw a movie where people made money on body parts after a person died,” the report said, according to Fox 5 Vegas. Police have...
    FEWER people appear to be dying of the flu so far this season—but it may be because the must vulnerable have already died of the coronavirus.  Influenza deaths have dropped two-thirds from the federal five-year average, which was 17 for the week ending Oct. 17, the New York Post reported on Saturday. 6Influenza deaths in the US have dropped two-thirds from the federal five-year averageCredit: AP:Associated Press 6The UK's Office of National Statistics said the decline in flu deaths could be because the most vulnerable have already died of Covid-19Credit: AP:Associated Press Federal estimates showed no flu deaths for the same week this year, and the state of New York and New York City also reported no deaths, which is the same as their five-year averages for the week. The United Kingdom has experienced a similar decline, with 1,132 flu and pneumonia deaths last month, a 28 percent dip from...
    Braunwyn Windham-Burke had experience with alcoholism long before she sought treatment for her own addiction struggles. On Wednesday’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” the 42-year-old candidly said that her father died from drinking, making the revelation during a conversation with new “RHOC” cast member Elizabeth Lyn Vargas, who first revealed that her dad was an alcoholic. “My dad died from drinking,” Windham-Burke disclosed. In a confessional she elaborated: “I feel like I’m being punched in the gut. My dad had a heart attack because he drank. Every day.” Windham-Burke said she was two weeks sober at the time of their conversation. During the on-screen chat, Vargas also said her mom was her “rock” and had to deal with a lot in her life. Windham-Burke revealed in the Season 15 premiere that she is an alcoholic, saying: “I don’t know if it’s divine intervention. I don’t know....
    Sidney Deal, 27,was charged with child abuse resulting in death Child Protection Services had received five complaints of child abuse for the family of a one-year-old girl before she died in a hot car because her dad didn't want to break the window due to the cost of the damage.  Sidney Deal, 27, was arrested and charged with child abuse resulting in death after his 21-month-old daughter Sayah perished in a locked car in Las Vegas on Monday.  Deal allegedly refused several efforts to free his daughter from the vehicle, where she was trapped for about an hour, including offers to break a window, call a tow truck or get a locksmith.    He claimed he accidentally locked his daughter in the car and thought she was sleeping.   It has now emerged that the Clark County Department of Family Services was called multiple times over the last two years to investigate allegations...
    A young Texas doctor who died from coronavirus in September caught the infection after wearing the same N95 masks for weeks and maybe even months, her family claims.  Adeline Fagan, a 28-year-old OB/GYN doctor originally from LaFayette, New York, died after a two-month battle with COVID-19 that resulted in her suffering a 'massive brain bleed'.  Fagan had been treating positive patients in the emergency room at HCA Houston Healthcare West when she contracted the virus in July.  Her heartbroken family now say that the lack of PPE supplied played a role in her death. It is unclear how Fagan contracted coronavirus.   OB/GYN doctor Adeline Fagan, 28, died on September 19 after testing positive in July She underwent a two-month battle with COVID-19 before suffering a 'massive brain bleed' 'Adeline had an N95 mask and had her name written on it,' her 23-year-old sister Maureen told the Guardian. 'Adeline wore the...
    The year was 1980, and Valerie Bertinelli had firmly cemented her status as America's Sweetheart. The fresh-faced 20-year-old was playing good girl Barbara Cooper on the 1975-1984 CBS sitcom One Day At A Time; she was the kind of girl every American mother would like their chino-clad, plaid-wearing son to marry. Into her life swept, someone quite, quite different. Bertinelli, born in Wilmington, Delaware, but having a nomadic childhood thanks to her General Motors executive father, went to a Van Halen concert with her brothers. They encouraged her to meet the rock god who was the band's guitarist, Eddie Van Halen - eight months later, in April 1981, they were married. Valeri Bertinelli posted this photo on Instagram on Tuesday night, after Eddie Van Halen died Eddie Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli in July 2001, shortly before they separated for good On Tuesday Van Halen died, at the age of...
    AN Autistic child died of sepsis because she was non-verbal and couldn't tell her family how sick she was, her father said. Betty Wattenbarger, a 7-year-old girl from Aubrey, Texas, fell ill in January 2019, but a nurse practitioner misdiagnosed her symptoms as a flu. 4Seven-year-old Betty Wattenbarger tragically died of sepsis after a misdiagnosisCredit: Jeremy David Wattenbarger 4Her father, Jeremy Wattenbarger, said he wants to raise awareness after his daughter was misdiagnosed by a nurse practitionerCredit: KXAN Her father, Jeremy Wattenbarger, is now speaking out about his daughter's tragic death, warning other parents to be vigilant during flu seasons, when serious symptoms can be misdiagnosed. Wattenbarger took a photo of Betty just before she died, and it shows the poor little girl with a blue tint around her lips. He said he originally sought treatment at an urgent care for Betty after she came down with a high...
    A MAN has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for killing his fiancèe by setting her on fire because she "showed off" her body to other men at the beach. Jealous Vitaly Chaikovsky, 29, was found guilty of murder committed with particular cruelty in Zaporizha, Ukraine on September 11 after he murdered Anastasia Kovaleva, 22, in July last year. 5Vitaly Chaikovsky set his fiancèe on fire after he accused her of showing her body to other men at the beach. 5Although doctors had desperately tried to save her life, she died eight days after the ruthless attack. The court heard shocking details of how Chaikovsky doused Kovaleva in petrol before setting her on fire at the entrance to her apartment during an argument. She suffered burns to 90 per cent of her body and died in intensive care shortly after the savage attack. According to court...
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for failing to negotiate and pass a Covid relief funding bill for the past four months as the pandemic has continued to ravage the country and batter the economy. Appearing on CNN’s Situation Room, Pelosi dismissed the latest Middle East peace announcement by the Trump administration as a “distraction” while struggling Americans are no longer getting additional unemployment benefits or being protected from evictions if they can’t pay their rent. House Democrats passed a $3-trillion Covid relief bill, the Heroes Act, in mid-May, but both the Trump White House and the GOP-led Senate have balked at the size of the bill, which has meant that earlier stimulus payments and benefits for the tens of million of Americans struggling financially have expired. “These are dramatic developments in the Middle East,” Blitzer said of the news that the Arabian Gulf country, Bahrain,...
    The president knew and didn’t tell you. During Nixon’s impeachment the question was asked by GOP senator Howard Baker: “What did the president know and when did he know it?” With the release of Bob Woodward’s Trump tapes, we are again asking that same question about what the president knew and when he knew it. The Woodward tapes make one thing resoundingly clear: The president knew everything, all of it. And he knew it on Feb. 7. We now know unequivocally that the president knew and did nothing, and now almost 200,000 Americans are dead and millions more are suffering from long-haul symptoms.   On Feb. 7, the day after Trump had a conversation with President Xi of China, the president of the United States told journalist Bob Woodward that COVID-19 was “more deadly than your, you know, your—even your strenuous flus.” And then he continued saying, “This is five per—you...
    President Trump fired back at NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday in the latest round of insults between the pair, claiming it was because of his 'incompetence' that '11,000' died from coronavirus in nursing homes.  Since the start of the pandemic, the two have traded barbs over their respective responses to the crisis - Trump's on a federal level and Cuomo's in New York, once the epicenter.  Now, they are fighting over Trump's threat to cut funding to states and cities that have 'lost control' amid a swell of riots, looting and - specifically in New York - crime and homelessness.  Cuomo, on Wednesday, said of the president: 'He can't have enough bodyguards to walk through New York City. Forget bodyguards, he better have an army if he thinks he's going to walk down the streets in New York.' 'He is persona non grata in New York City, and I...
    A Republican Convention speaker last night invoked the death of British baby Charlie Gard to attack Joe Biden's plan for 'socialised medicine.'  Natalie Harp, a bone cancer survivor, claimed that Britain's National Health Service decided it was 'too expensive and too cruel to keep him alive.' Harp, a member of Trump's campaign advisory board, said she wouldn't be alive today were it not for the president's legislation on experimental treatments, the so-called 'right to try.'  Charlie was born with an extremely rare condition called mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome (MDDS), which causes progressive brain damage and muscle failure. There is no treatment for the condition and it usually results in death during infancy. In 2017, Charlie's parents lost a high-profile legal battle - which attracted attention from the White House - for the 11-month-old to be allowed to travel to the US for experimental treatment. Natalie Harp, who has battled bone...
    A British Airways flight attendant has opened up about the devastating impact the pandemic has had on her job, claiming there's 'tension in the air' and a sombre atmosphere due to most people flying for 'compassionate reasons'. The senior cabin crew member for BA, identified only as Alex, spoke to The Points Guys about the changes to long haul flying since the outbreak of coronavirus. While before the pandemic, Alex - who flies out of London Heathrow - would wake up 'excited' ahead of her shift, she now dreads it because most people are travelling for 'compassionate reasons' rather than going on a fun holiday. She said the 'exciting' atmosphere of flying has disappeared, not helped by the fact  passengers are required to wear face masks and have little-to-no meal service.    A British Airways flight attendant has revealed what it's like to fly during the pandemic, revealing there's 'tension in...
    A speaker at the Democratic National Convention on Monday night said her father, who died of COVID-19, died because of his faith in President Donald Trump. Kristin Urquiza's father was a Trump supporter in Arizona. According to Urquiza, her father was a healthy man who caught COVID-19 after going out to a karaoke bar in Arizona, once the state's lockdown was lifted in May, and died a few weeks later. "My dad, Mark Anthony Urquiza, should be here today but he isn't," Urquiza said in the video message. "He had faith in Donald Trump. He voted for him, listened to him, believed him and his mouthpieces when they said that coronavirus was under control and going to disappear. That it was okay to end social distancing rules before it was safe, and that if you had no underlying health conditions, you'd probably be fine. ... My dad was a...
    Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez claimed Tuesday, without evidence, that Herman Cain died of coronavirus because he contracted it at a campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June. Politico reported: Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez on Tuesday criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to continue organizing in-person campaign events by invoking the death of businessman Herman Cain — who contracted Covid-19 after attending a Trump rally in Tulsa, Okla. The remarks from the Democratic party chief came in an interview with POLITICO Playbook … … Perez then interjected with a reference to Trump’s ill-fated Tulsa rally earlier this summer, which resulted in a disappointing turnout for the president’s reelection campaign and “likely contributed” [sic] to a dramatic surge in new coronavirus cases, according to local health officials. “Was that a good model for how people should conduct themselves? Ask the family of Herman Cain,” Perez...
    A young couple, originally from Santa Cruz, Argentina, have lived one of the worst experiences that any human being can live, and all because of the lack of sensitivity on the part of a hospital staff. Miguel Ruiz, who is a Facebook user, shared in said social network the unfortunate situation that a few days ago he lived next to her partner, who had to give birth to her twins in a hospital bathroom after doctors denied her care. The woman, named Carolina, supported by Miguel, had her twins, Mateo and Santino, in that place, after the doctors who were on duty at the Las Heras district hospital did not receive her. “My wife was suffering many contractions since yesterday at noon, we came to the guard more than five times so that they could please see her and nobody paid attention to me. For them, it was an...
    REP Maxine Waters has been slammed for claiming Herman Cain died of COVID because he attended Trump rally without wearing a mask." Waters made the unsubstantiated claim at the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis in Washington DC on Friday. 3Waters announced that cain died as a result of exposure to the virus at a Trump rallyCredit: UPI 3However, his spokesperson previously said they would 'never know' when he was infected and by whoCredit: Rex Features   3Waters blamed the lack of a face covering at the Tulsa rally, nine days before Cain's diagnosisCredit: AP:Associated Press The congresswoman was commenting on the mounting partisan tensions, highlighting the fact that the virus was not "democrat or republican." She issued her condolences to former presidential candidate Cain's coronavirus death this week, saying he "contracted the virus as a result of his attendance" at a Donald Trump rally without a mask. Cain is known for being a co-chair of Black Voices...
    CNN anchor Chris Cuomo strongly suggested on Thursday night that President Trump was responsible for the death of former GOP presidential candidate and business icon Herman Cain. Cain's death was announced after he was hospitalized earlier this month due to complications from the coronavirus. Critics of the president, however, point to Cain's attendance at the Tulsa, Okla. rally on June 20 as the place the outspoken businessman contracted the deadly disease. During his opening monologue, Cuomo stopped short of declaring Trump directly responsible for Cain's death. CNN'S CHRIS CUOMO PUMMELED AFTER SAYING FLORIDA GOV. DESANTIS 'MISHANDLED' PANDEMIC "The virus is rapidly swallowing us. All colors, all stripes, all creeds. It just took a former presidential candidate, Herman Cain," Cuomo told his viewers. "Yes, he supported the president. The president says he was a good friend of his. We wish his family well and we wish that he rest in peace and I wish...
              U.S. Rep. Mark Green (R-TN-08) took to the floor of the House of Representatives and said nearly 100,000 Americans would still live among us if China had warned the United States earlier about COVID-19. And by that, Green said he meant one week earlier would have made the difference. Green’s staff on Sunday uploaded a Facebook video of his speech. Rep. Mark Green Introduces an Amendment to Hold Chinese Vaccine Hackers Accountable Had China notified the world just one week sooner, 60% of American coronavirus deaths couldve been prevented. Now, Chinese hackers are trying to steal vaccine research. When will House Democrats hold China accountable? When does it end? Posted by Congressman Mark Green on Sunday, July 26, 2020 “Researchers at Columbia University, not necessarily a bastion of conservatism, I might add, said that had China notified the world just one week...
    The grounded 737 MAX, blamed for two crashes that killed 346 people, will probably not return into commercial service until next year,  government and industry officials said. While a public comment period on software and hardware changes won’t be closed until November, pilot training, maintenance checks and final FAA approvals are still not expected to be finished until well into December, officials told the Wall Street Journal. Investigators probing the cause of both crashes have focused on a flight-control system, new to the Max, that pushed the nose of both planes down based on faulty readings from sensors. Boeing has been working to fix the system and make other changes since shortly after the first crash in Indonesia in October 2018.  The aircraft type was grounded impacting airlines across the world after a second MAX plane crashed after take off from Ethiopia in May 2019. The grounded 737 MAX,...
    New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is receiving widespread criticism from health experts over an internal report he recently touted that claimed his state’s order requiring nursing homes to accept coronavirus-positive patients did not contribute to a surge in deaths. The report, released last week by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), said that the March 25 order resulted in approximately 6,326 coronavirus-positive patients being admitted to nursing homes, but also said it “could not be the driver of nursing home infections or fatalities.” Instead, the report said the primary drivers behind the state’s massive nursing home death toll were workers at the facilities who unknowingly passed coronavirus onto their patients. Multiple health experts told The Associated Press that the report failed to adequately address the impact the directive had on the state’s death toll. “It seems like the Department of Health is trying to justify what was...
    Murder charges against Dustin Lee Dennis, 31, whose two children died in a hot car have been dropped Murder charges against an Oklahoma father whose two children died in a hot car have been dropped because they have tribal ancestry which means the district attorney has 'no jurisdiction' to prosecute him for the crimes. Tulsa authorities dismissed their prosecution of Dustin Lee Dennis, 31, Monday - just three days after charges of second-degree murder and child neglect were filed against him. Teagan, 4, and Ryan, 3, were found dead on June 13 after being locked inside Dennis's truck for five hours in 90 degree heat while he took a nap indoors.  Dennis was arrested and charged over their deaths but local authorities were forced to drop the charges Monday after new information came to light about the children's tribal heritage.   This comes after a Supreme Court ruling last week...
    A DISABLED man died from COVID-19 because medics at a Texas hospital wouldn't treat him, a pro-life organization claimed. St David’s South Austin Medical Center allegedly refused to treat quadriplegic Michael Hickson, 46, because his disability meant he had "no quality of life." A pro-life organization alleged that medics refused to treat Hickson because of his conditionCredit: YouTube / @godsboo He passed away from a COVID-19 illness on June 11Credit: YouTube / @godsboo His wife Melissa can be heard asking a doctor why they can't try to save himCredit: Google Maps He contracted COVID-19 from a staff member in his nursing home, developed pneumonia, and was then hospitalized at St David's. Texas Right to Life claimed that he was refused food and treatment for coronavirus there for six days before his virus death on June 11, 2020. In a recorded conversation between a medic and his wife Melissa, the doctor...
     VSix months have now passed since the body of Doomsday author Chad Daybell's wife was exhumed to see if she was poisoned and her death could be linked to the Idaho 'Cult Mom' case. Yet, even though autopsy results were expected by February, Tammy Daybell's family has still to receive any word. 'We're holding our breath,' her father Ron Douglas told DailyMail.com at his home in Springville, Utah. 'We've heard nothing. Nobody's talking.' Now that the bodies of two children of Daybell's new wife Lori Vallow — who he married less than three weeks after Tammy's death — have been discovered on the same Idaho property where she died last year, new questions are being raised, but no one is giving answers. The body of Chad Daybell's dead wife Tammy Daybell was exhumed six months ago, but there is still no word on cause of death, her family tells...
    Filmmaker and philanthropist Steve Bing has died at 55.  Details about the Stanford University drop-out's death were revealed by TMZ on Monday. The producer/director died after jumping from the 27th floor of the Studio City neighborhood building where he lived.  Sources close to the situation told the site that he'd been 'depressed' about being isolated during coronavirus, but it is unclear if that had anything to do with his suicide. Tragic: Steve Bing has died by suicide at the age of 55. The filmmaker and philanthropist is seen in 2006 above Bing began his career in Hollywood after inheriting $600million from his real estate mogul grandfather during his junior year of college. He was known for writing the 2003 film Kangaroo Jack.  As an investor, Bing was integral in bringing Tom Hank's Polar Express to life, contributing $100million to the computer animated feature. He shares an 18-year-old son named Damien...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo defended his administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic Wednesday, arguing that he did not bear responsibility for the deaths that occurred in his state. "I think the New Yorkers who died, did not die because we failed them," Cuomo told ABC News' "Good Morning America." "We got them a hospital bed, which we didn’t know that we could. We got them a nurse with PPE [personal protective equipment], with a mask, with a gown. We got them a doctor. We got them a ventilator. Everyone who died, we did everything we could." CUOMO TO END DAILY CORONAVIRUS PRESS BRIEFINGS Cuomo has received widespread criticism for his early order requiring that nursing homes accept COVID-19 patients who had been released from hospitals, effectively placing them in the same facilities housing the demographic most vulnerable to the virus. As of Tuesday, official figures showed that 6,381 nursing home residents had died of the...
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