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    Over 14 million Texans are still living with dangerous water systems as officials maintain a boil water notice in 190 counties following a devastating winter storm. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) continued to issue the notice even as some water systems continue to stabilize following the storm's untold damage across the state. TCEQ personnel are working with local officials to bring wastewater systems back online. Until then, the commission will continue to issue boil water notices, which advise residents to either drink bottled water or boil tap water because community water is or could be contaminated. WARMER TEMPERATURES BRING WELCOME RELIEF TO TEXAS AND SOUTHERN STATES AS RECOVERY BEGINS "TCEQ is doing everything we can to support water systems as they recover from this weather event," said TCEQ Executive Director Toby Baker. "We understand that it’s tough to be without water, or to have to boil it...
    As millions of Texans have been left without heat amid a power outage during a historically freezing winter storm, many are now reportedly running low on oxygen supplies. More than 3 million homes and businesses were remaining without power for the third day of a historic winter storm that is pummeling the state. About 7 million people in Texas were told to boil their water or stop using it entirely as homeowners, hospitals, and businesses grappled with broken water mains and burst pipes, many in areas unaccustomed to dealing with sustained frigid temperatures.FAST FACTS At least 20 people were dead as of Wednesday after a winter storm swept across the U.S. Governor Greg Abbott on Wednesday provided an update on the state's response to severe winter weather conditions and power outages throughout the state. Comfort Homes Director of Operations Kasey Breidenthal told WANE 15 there is a growing concern for people who are on oxygen or need...
    In his final hours as president, Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump wave to supporters as they board Air Force One to head to Florida on January 20, 2021 in Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. Photo by Pete Marovich - Pool/Getty Images Die-hard Trump fans are emotional as their plot to keep him in office fails. With Joe Biden was inaugurated, some pro-Trump extremists are giving up hope of a second term. The inauguration also prompted what might be the beginning of the end for some conspiracy groups. Others, though, continue to hold fast to their delusions.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris should have put an end to the grip that Trump tried to maintain on the White House, and it did. But some more extreme supporters continue to lean into delusions about how the...
    Hospitals nationwide are once again reaching capacity as cases of the novel coronavirus continue to increase. As healthcare facilities become overcrowded with patients and space is limited, patients are being moved to hallways, gift shops, and even cafeterias to be treated. While states across the U.S. are experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases, California has set new and drastic records for both infections and deaths. Despite at one time being considered an example of how to control the virus, the state now leads with one of the highest coronavirus infection rates in the U.S. With more than 15,000 cases reported in a single day this week, Los Angeles County surpassed the 800,000 case mark. Paramedics are facing a shortage as 911 calls increase and more residents require hospitalizations in the area. “The current surge of patients … it’s kind of a hidden disaster,” Cathy Chidester, director of the county Emergency...
    Running back Jeff Wilson Jr. wouldn’t reveal why he slammed his helmet to the ground on the 49ers’ sideline during their disappointing 41-33 loss to the Cowboys Sunday. He would only say it was “something personal.” But Wilson’s outburst probably summed up the frustration felt this season by everyone in the 49ers running backs room, where durability issues and failed expectations can be found in every corner. “It’s been a tough year for all those guys,” said 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, who was talking about injuries to Raheem Mostert, Wilson and Tevin Coleman, but could have easily been describing the entire group’s season. Even with a reshuffled offensive line, there was every reason to expect the 49ers to prey on the NFL’s worst rushing defense Sunday, but their 150 yards rushing were a disappointment against a Dallas defense surrendering an average of 162.7 yards each week. This...
    Early voting data shows record numbers across US 10 Little-Known Facts About Popular Chain Restaurants Youve Probably Never Heard Pelosi, Mnuchin continue COVID bill talks with time running out for deal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin continued negotiations over a coronavirus relief bill after Pelosi had set a Tuesday deadline to reach a deal on legislation that could be passed in Congress ahead of the election. © Credit: CBSNews cbsn-fusion-nancy-pelosi-democrats-commission-presidents-fitness-for-office-thumbnail-562774-640x360.jpg Pelosi and Mnuchin were scheduled to speak by phone on Tuesday afternoon. The speaker said earlier in the day that she believed "we're on a path" to achieving a deal. "We're on a path, and you have to be optimistic," Pelosi said in an interview with Bloomberg TV. "As the secretary and I say to each other, 'If we didn't believe we could get this done, why would we even be talking?'" The two remain...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin continued negotiations over a coronavirus relief bill after Pelosi had set a Tuesday deadline to reach a deal on legislation that could be passed in Congress ahead of the election. Pelosi and Mnuchin were scheduled to speak by phone on Tuesday afternoon. The speaker said earlier in the day that she believed "we're on a path" to achieving a deal. "We're on a path, and you have to be optimistic," Pelosi said in an interview with Bloomberg TV. "As the secretary and I say to each other, 'If we didn't believe we could get this done, why would we even be talking?'" Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox The two remain at odds over tax credits for families with children, how much aid should be provided to state and local jurisdictions and whether to include liability shields for businesses...
    Running during your pregnancy can have many health benefits. RichVintage/Getty Images You can run while pregnant, as long as you ran before your pregnancy.  If you do run while pregnant, you should decrease your pace and distance to reduce fatigue.  To run safely while pregnant, you should also invest in a good pair of running shoes and run on even terrain.  This article was medically reviewed by Olivia P. Myrick, MD, who is a clinical assistant professor with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYU Langone. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Pregnancy comes with a lot of bodily changes, and you might be wondering what kind of physical activity is safe and what isn't. For the most part, if you were a runner before you got pregnant, you can continue running during pregnancy. Here's what you need to know about running while pregnant and how to do...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY PHILLIP ENG There aren’t enough thanks I could give the LIRR workforce for all the efforts and strides they’ve collectively made over the past six months to keep our region safe, and to keep Long Island moving.  And that goes for you too — the public — for doing your part in helping us stop the spread. But as we see clusters of COVID-19 positive cases popping up in communities around the New York metropolitan area, it’s important that we stay vigilant. We must continue to protect one another.  It was with a heavy heart that I shared the news Friday with colleagues that a member of the LIRR family, Kyle Fulcher, succumbed to COVID-19 Oct. 1. Kyle joined the LIRR almost two decades ago, working first as an electrician,...
    The Mets were burned by bad baserunning at the end of Saturday’s loss to the Blue Jays, when Amed Rosario was inexplicably picked off first base for the final out. On Sunday, the gaffe came early, but was also pivotal in a second straight defeat, when Todd Frazier got tagged out in a rundown between third and home in the top of the first inning of a 7-3 defeat at Sahlen Field in Buffalo. It came after Dom Smith’s RBI single and stopped a potential rally. And after the first, the Mets couldn’t get much going against Toronto left-hander Hyun Jin Ryu. “[Saturday] night, we beat ourselves and today, it started early with that play on the bases, where we gave [them] an out,’’ manager Luis Rojas said. “We had momentum building where we could have scored a couple more runs versus Ryu. With Pete [Alonso] coming up, we run...
    Keeping Up with the Kardashians is going off the air after 14 years, but as OK Magazine reported, it isn’t because the family is done filming. According to a source who spoke with the outlet, Kris Jenner demanded a raise for the stars of the show, despite the fact that ratings had been plunging. The network reportedly refused. “The last deal Kris Jenner signed was in 2017 giving her and the family $30 million per season. That deal has expired, and greedy Kris wanted at least $40 million per season to continue even though ratings have been declining dramatically,” the insider said. Apparently, Kris was negotiating on behalf of her family, including Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner. There were rumors that Rob Kardashian was eyeing a return to the show, as well. “The negotiations were going nowhere. E! was interested in keeping the show...
    Facebook will block new political ads in the final week before the U.S. presidential election, the social network announced on Thursday. The move was announced in a Facebook post by the company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. “We're going to block new political and issue ads during the final week of the campaign,” Zuckerberg wrote. “It's important that campaigns can run get out the vote campaigns, and I generally believe the best antidote to bad speech is more speech, but in the final days of an election there may not be enough time to contest new claims.” HEALTH MISINFORMATION ON FACEBOOK VIEWED NEARLY 3.8B TIMES IN LAST YEAR In this Oct. 25, 2019 photo Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at the Paley Center in New York City. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) “So in the week before the election, we won't accept new political or issue ads,” Zuckerberg added. “Advertisers will be able to continue...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The California Legislature has given Cal Expo an infusion of cash that will keep it running at least through the 2020-21 fiscal year. On Monday, Cal Expo leaders thanked lawmakers for the financial allocation. “The Cal Expo Board is grateful for the Legislature’s and the Governor’s commitment to keep Cal Expo open and to ensure we can continue to provide much-needed crisis response services,” wrote CEO and General Manager Rick Pickering in a statement. RELATED: Cal Expo To Lay Off Over Half Of Its Full-Time Employees The coronavirus pandemic left Cal Expo on the brink of closing. Back in July, after canceling the 2020 edition of the California State Fair, the facility announced that over half of Cal Expo’s full-time employees would be laid off. Despite the State Fair and other events being canceled this year, the Cal Expo grounds have been used as a drive-thru coronavirus...
    Rayla Campbell, a black Republican candidate running for Congress in Massachusetts, is pushing back after a Black Lives Matter activist went on a lengthy racial diatribe against her last month without any apparent consequences for the activist or the officials associated with her. Both Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) — whom Campbell is running to unseat — and Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) have touted inflammatory activist Monica Cannon-Grant's support in the past yet have not distanced themselves from her since the incident. On Monday, Kennedy appeared with Cannon-Grant at a campaign event, the Boston Herald reported.What's the background?In July, Cannon-Grant vulgarly attacked Campbell's "blackness" and "proximity to whiteness" due to her interracial marriage to a white man in a video posted to social media. In the video, Cannon-Grant spewed racially insensitive insults, calling Campbell a "heifer" and suggesting that "white vaginas and white penises jeopardize your melanin." Campbell, a...
    Jill Biden will continue teaching if her husband, former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden says Trump executive order is 'a reckless war on Social Security' Trump got into testy exchange with top GOP donor Adelson: report Blumenthal calls for declassification of materials detailing Russian threat to US elections MORE, wins the presidency, she told CBS on Sunday. “If we get to the White House, I'm going to continue to teach," Biden said on “CBS Sunday Morning” in an interview with CBS' Rita Braver. "I want people to value teachers and know their contributions and to lift up the profession." Biden, during her eight years as second lady, continued to teach English at Northern Virginia Community College while also collaborating with then-First Lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaDemocratic convention lineup to include Ocasio-Cortez, Clinton, Warren: reports Michelle Obama and Melinda Gates warn girls' education at risk due to pandemic Michelle Obama...
    Uncounted millions had COVID-19 symptoms, but no positive test 785 Michigan restaurants got $150K or more in federal loans. Only 1 listed as Black-owned The 10 best running backs in the NFL according to Madden NFL 21 We’re just over a month away from the release of EA Sports’ Madden NFL 21, which means it’s the time of year where NFL players are complaining about their virtual ratings on Twitter. © Provided by For The Win EA Sports has been slowly dropping player ratings by position as we move closer to launch day. After racking up more than 1,300 rush yards and 1,000 receiving yards in his third NFL season, Carolina Panthers superstar Christian McCaffrey has joined the Madden 99 club, and is the highest-rated running back in the game by far. McCaffrey becomes the sixth running back to earn a 99 rating at launch, after Barry Sanders, Marshall...
    Coronavirus updates: We are headed in a terrible direction says Nashville mayor Heres Why Walmart Is Asking You to Pay Only With Debit or Credit Card Roundup: Bari Weiss Out at NYT; Kanye West Not Running For President; The Return of Banksy Bari Weiss has tendered her resignation to the New York Times... Pretty sweet Nike x Grateful Dead kicks... Kanye West is not, in fact, running for president... Banksy art emerges on the Tube in London... A squirrel tested positive for the damn bubonic plague, please give us a break... Kevin Durant's ESPN show has been canceled... Texas Rangers furlough 12 percent of their employees... US rescinds order that would force international students to leave country if university classes aren't in person... First COVID vaccine poised for final testing in US... Video evidence undermines official accounts of injuries inflicted by police at George Floyd protests... Stanley Kubrick apparently...
    New York tattoo parlors reopen, COVID-19 face masks required Guess what? Ordering online groceries wont take a week anymore CBT Podcast: Pat Chambers, moving the season up, Running Back Buddy Hield’s 46 points at Kansas In the latest edition of the Run It Back podcast, Rob Dauster and Bobby Reagan recap Buddy Hield’s memorable 46-point outburst in a three-overtime loss to Kansas in Phog Allen Fieldhouse in a battle of No. 1 vs. No. 1 back in 2016. The game was unbelievable. Before they dive into the game itself, the boys talk through Pat Chambers’ noose comments to Rasir Bolton and the potential for the college basketball season to get moved up. © Getty Images CBT Podcast: Pat Chambers, moving the season up, Running Back Buddy Hield’s 46 points at Kansas originally appeared on NBCSports.com Continue Reading Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours.
    How stars celebrated the Fourth Here’s why U.S. struggles with the coronavirus could lead to Europe’s stock market taking the lead Roundup: Scary Moment at Yankee Stadium; Justin Timberlake-Friends; Kanye West 2020 Going to the beach, all things considered, is not the most dangerous thing people are doing ... Evidence mounting that the strain of coronavirus in Houston is especially perilous ... Looking back at the Foo Fighters' first album, released 25 years ago ... Never, ever normalize a dude eating 75 hot dogs in 10 minutes ... Shia LaBeouf got an enormous new tattoo for a movie role ... Kim Guilfoyle and Donald Trump Jr. are on a long road trip ... Masahiro Tanaka took a line drive off his head ... Ben Affleck is having a moment ... Indian man looking fly as hell with his golden coronavirus mask ... Calvin Johnson wanted to play for the...
    Mount Rushmore hasnt had fireworks for more than a decade because its very dangerous. Heres why Where You Can Order Groceries Online With an EBT Card 2020 James Beard Foundation Award Nominee discusses running restaurants during pandemic © Provided by WJLA – Washington D.C. At Centrolina restaurant and market in City Center DC, Chef and Owner Amy Brandwein shows Washingtonians the versatility, grace, and overall delicacy of Italian cuisine.  The three-time James Beard Foundation Award nominee believes food should taste as good as in Italy, plated with pose, and viewed through the seasonal lens of the MidAtlantic—tenets she instills in her new fast-casual project, Piccolina, an osteria opening across the alley from Centrolina in July 2019.   “I take Italian food and keep it in its raw state but elevate it presentation-wise without complicating it or losing flavor,” Brandwein explains. “There is something inherently captivating about Italian flavors with an...
    Americans continued to buy guns at record highs in the month of June as several states experienced coronavirus spikes and protests and riots erupted across the country over George Floyd's death. According to estimates from industry analyst Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting (SAAF), more than 2.3 million firearms were sold in the past month — up 145% over June of last year. The whopping number of sales nearly matched the all-time monthly record of 2.5 million set in March this year. SAAF makes its estimates based on raw data obtained from the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Fox Business reported that the newly released numbers make June the fourth consecutive month to show huge year-over-year increases. March, April, and May saw reported increases of 85.3%, 71.3%, and 80.2%, respectively. According to the Washington Free Beacon, June's estimates bring the total number of firearms sold in the...
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