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    Fauci warns against cherry-picking vaccine brands; Trisha Yearwood doing OK after contracting virus: Live COVID-19 updates White House planning to forecast vaccine shipments months in advance Unique Tip If Your Car Has Automatic Headlights Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If You See This at Your Gym, Don’t Go Inside, CDC Warns Many gyms across the U.S. are open with added precautions to help protect gym-goers against COVID's spread. But congregating indoors has its risks no matter what, and it turns out some gyms may be less safe than others. According to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is one telltale sign that a gym isn't safe to go into while the coronavirus is still spreading. Read on to find out if your gym isn't...
    The sister-in-law of Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean has slammed New York Governor Cuomo over his handling of COVID-19 deaths in the state's nursing homes.  She has accused the governor of saying 'ridiculous things' in an attempt to brush over the deaths and not using the resources made available to him. Donna Johnson, who lost both her parents last year after they contracted COVID-19 while in long-term care facilities, claims that she witnessed nurses in her dad's care home wearing garbage bags and says that the last thing her mother said to her was, 'Donna I'm scared'. 'I'd like to ask Governor Cuomo how would he feel if he had to live every day with the last words from his mother, "Andrew, I'm scared",' she said to Fox News' Brian Kilmeade on Tuesday. It comes as a new poll reveals that 41 percent of New Yorkers believe Cuomo has done...
    Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean’s sister-in-law Donna Johnson, who lost her parents to COVID-19 after they were exposed in New York assisted living facilities, stressed on Tuesday that people do not go to nursing homes to die. "Our governor gets on TV and says such ridiculous things," Johnson told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday. "I think the latest thing that has me so saddened is when he talks about nursing home patients, he acts like you go to a nursing home and you die, big deal."  "You don't go to a nursing home and die. It is people's homes," she stressed, noting that some of the assisted living facilities are rehabilitation centers and people of all ages are there. Last month, the Washington Post reported New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, "Look, whether a person died in a hospital or died in a nursing home, it’s — the people died." "People died. ‘I was in a...
    DO you have an extra £30 million to get your hands on the gorgeous Celebs Go Dating mansion? The gang have been extremely lucky this year during their time on the Channel 4 dating show considering they've been able to call this beautiful place their home for a number of weeks. 31Let's take a sneak peek inside the impressive pad...Credit: Rightmove Chloe Ferry, Curtis Pritchard, Wayne Linekar, Kimberly Hart-Simpson, Karim Zeroual, Sophie Hermann, DJ Tom Zanetti have certainly been living their best lives in the impressive property named Sydenhurst. It's enough to make anyone weak at the knees with its stunning interior, scenic views of the Surrey countryside and 26,134sq ft of space. The lavish mansion, located in Chiddingfold, has 10 huge bedrooms and all of them have en suite bathrooms and dressing rooms. It was built by Gerard Ayrton-Grime and boasts lots of space to explore - including a bowling...
    WAYNE Lineker was grilled by This Morning's Holly Willoughby who bluntly asked 'why he can't date women his own age?' - ahead of his appearance on Celebs Go Dating. The younger brother of Gary Linker will star on the E4 series alongside a number of famous faces, who are looking for love with the help of agency matchmakers Paul Brunson and Anna Williamson. 5Holly Willoughby asked Wayne Lineker about dating women his own ageCredit: Rex Features But ahead of the series premiere tonight, Wayne appeared on today's This Morning and explained that he's taken the dating experts advice onboard to widen his age bracket. The 58-year-old admitted: "I am opening up. I’ve come to realise, even though there would still be a large age gap, 30-45 would be ideal." "What’s wrong with women your own age?" Holly forthrightly asked. To which Wayne replied: "I don’t know. I wouldn’t rule it...
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) and his family were accosted by hecklers who spotted him over the weekend while they were eating dinner at a restaurant. A video of the encounter went viral on Sunday, and it shows Murphy being harassed by at least 2 people while he was eating with his wife and children. “Oh my God, Murphy, you’re such a d*ck,” one woman said. “You’re having fun with your family and in the meantime you’re having all other kind of bullsh*t going on?” Another one said. One of Murphy’s children could be heard asking the woman holding the camera if she was drunk, to which, she shot back “no, I’m not drunk as a matter of fact.” When asked to put on a mask, the heckler then said “You can go f*ck yourself, how’s that?” “I don’t need a f*cking mask,” she went on. “You know...
    Judge Jeanine Pirro launched an attack on Democrats and others who are telling President Donald Trump and his supporters to accept that he lost the election to Joe Biden at the top of her Fox News show on Saturday night.  Pirro's rant came hours after tens of thousands of Trump fans marched through Washington DC to show support for the president's unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.  The host listed off some of those claims and insisted that Trump has no obligation to concede until they are investigated fully.  'We'll pursue all legal avenues where there are irregularities, anomalies, illegalities and corruptions, and until the certification and the electors vote, that is not a lot to ask,' she said of herself and other Trump supporters.   'So don't you dare ask us to just accept it and move on, and don't you dare tell me I'm being un-American by questioning what even...
    Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” Jeanine Pirro decried critics of those raising questions about the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election and argued there were numerous areas of concern that warranted those questions. Pirro declared the media do not call elections and that it was an obligation for President Donald Trump’s supporters to seek answers. Transcript as follows: PIRRO: The most important part of democracy is to do it correctly. Most important question tonight is, did we in 2020? There is no magic in electing a President. Americans do it every four years, just as our Founding Fathers planned. Yet, this is a life-changing moment in American history. America will either go one way or the other. And so it not only requires but demands all due diligence be exercised in this highly contested presidential election. There is both an ethical and the legal obligation to the 73 million...
    A prominent activist attorney appeared to make threats against Kansas City police officers during a megaphone tirade outside police headquarters Friday — a portion of which was shared on social media. What are the details?"We are seeking to revoke the peace officers' licenses," Stacy Shaw hollered while standing with a crowd of supporters. "We are going to start sharing things with your children's teachers." She added, "You don't think we don't know where your children go to school? Who the f*** do you think we are?" Shaw is leading a movement to get Kansas City Police Chief Rick Smith fired, among other demands, KCTV-TV reported. In her rant, she accused police of "terrorizing" citizens. "We are tired, and I don't make threats," she added in her megaphone rant. "I don't make threats, but we're going to start sharing this information so your children can see it." In the end, she...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Good news for the Eagles — they didn’t lose to the Bengals, but they didn’t win either. They played to a 23-23 tie. Upon further review, head coach Doug Pederson would like a redo. He decided to punt the ball away with 19 seconds left in overtime and settled for a tie. The Birds’ coach told the media Monday that in retrospect, he would have gone for it on 4th and 12. Meanwhile, Carson Wentz continues to struggle. He has now thrown two interceptions in each of his three starts this season. He leads the NFL in turnovers with seven. However, don’t expect Wentz to be benched. “No, no you don’t go there. That’s a knee-jerk reaction. That’s a reaction to things that are sometimes the aura that’s out there. That’s not what we believe internally and we’re gonna continue to get better. Carson’s our quarterback, we’re...
    The late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, and Trevor Noah went off on President Donald Trump for blaming the nation’s high coronavirus death toll on blue states — Colbert going as far as to call it “unspeakably monstrous.” “The blue states had tremendous death rates,” Trump said during his Wednesday White House press briefing. “If you take the blue states deaths out, we are at a level I don’t think anybody in the world would be at.” Colbert joked that Trump will continue to claim he’s done a great job protecting the country from the coronavirus, as long as you do not count half of the United States. “I’m not entirely sure where to begin there, this is unspeakably monstrous, especially for the President of the United States,” Colbert exclaimed after playing a clip of Trump. “Whoever they are, these are all human lives that he is responsible for.” “Also, and I know this is...
    Hall of Fame NFL coach Mike Ditka doubled down on his stance against protests during the National Anthem, once again telling players to “go to another country” if they don’t like the United States. Speaking with Newsmax TV on Monday, the former Chicago Bears coach said that playing professional football is an incredible “privilege” that few enjoy. “Football’s football. It’s not a complicated thing. You’re playing the game, you’re enjoying the game. You don’t like the game, get out of it,” Ditka said. “It’s not for protesting one way or the other. What color you are, what you think, this or that. You play football. That’s it. You’re privileged. You got a gift from God that you can play the game because you got a body you can do it with. I don’t really understand what you’re protesting. I played the game. I coached the game for a long time....
    President Donald Trump defended his handling of the coronavirus during a town hall meeting that aired Tuesday night – including from a former supporter who asked him why he threw 'people like me under the bus.' 'Yeah, well I didn't downplay it. I actually, in many ways I up-played it in terms of action,' Trump said early in the town hall program broadcast on ABC.  Trump was responding to a direct question from a voter at the event in Philadelphia.   President Donald Trump faced tough questions from voters at an ABC town hall in Philadelphia that aired Tuesday night “If you believe it's the president's responsibility to protect America, why would you downplay a pandemic that is known to disproportionately harm low-income families and minority communities,' the voter, a woman from Pittsburgh asked.   Trump's response came days after Bob Woodward's book 'Rage' revealed Trump telling the author in a...
    Let’s fast-forward a few weeks. The Nov. 3 presidential election has occurred, and you know the result. You’re not happy. In fact, you’re fed up. You’re so upset that you’re thinking of leaving the United States. You’re not ready to renounce your citizenship. It’s not like you’re forsaking America forever. You’re just unable to tolerate the next four years—and you want to relocate to preserve your fraying sanity. So where do you go? Setting aside the uncertainty of trying to move abroad in a global pandemic, where borders can close quickly and rules change by the day, let’s consider three questions: • What countries welcome Americans? • What criteria should you use to decide where to go? • What hassles might arise? As a general rule, the more America-like the country, the less it wants Americans. “It’s more difficult to move to the U.K. or Canada or New Zealand than...
    I’m a big fan of over ear headphones. They are great for drowning out the world around you and enveloping you in the sounds of your choice. But that doesn’t mean I don’t love earbuds, too. They just have different uses. Headphones, when I choose to put them on, feel like more of a commitment, whereas earbuds, I can be more flippant with. My head gets less hot in earbuds, so they’re great for summer, and I usually take phone calls on them, exercise wearing them, or listen to podcasts on them, too. In short, earbuds are great, and if you don’t have a pair, you should. Here are some great options to choose from. FOR EARBUDS THAT CAN DO IT ALLSony WF-1000XM3
    “Nobody asked me to fill out anything.” Roberto Gonzalvo, 33, had just stepped off Peter Pan 8733, the afternoon nonstop from Baltimore. He was still adjusting his eyes to the harsh fluorescent glare of New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal and about to ride the A train to his cousin’s apartment in Washington Heights. “I gave the man my ticket and that was it.” He might have gotten in just under the wire. This was a few hours after Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced — separately, of course — their latest efforts to shore up New York’s defenses against the coronavirus. Though the state’s infection rate has remained below 1% for a month and counting, things aren’t going nearly so well in many other places. And that has New York officials glancing warily across the map. On Tuesday, Cuomo said that Maryland and three other...
    Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds speaks during an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC on June 26, 2020.Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Wednesday defended Iowa State University's decision to host a football game in its stadium where 25,000 fans are expected to attend — even as coronavirus cases climb in the state — advising people who may be concerned to not go.  "If you have underlying conditions and you're part of a vulnerable population, maybe I wouldn't go to the Iowa State football game next week," Reynolds said during a press briefing when asked whether it's safe to host thousands of fans in the stands for the university's home opener.  Iowa has seen a recent surge in Covid-19 cases as university students return to the state. Over the last week, Reynolds said 12.1% of...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jennifer Lawrence, 30; Joe Jonas, 31; Andrea Lewis, 35; Anthony Anderson, 50. Joe Jonas (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Go after what you want. Channel your energy into what counts, and make this a year to remember. Stop worrying about what others are doing, and start figuring out what’s best for you. Keep your plans to yourself until you have everything in place, and you’ll stifle any opposition that could stand between you and what you want to achieve this year. Your numbers are 7, 18, 20, 29, 36, 42, 45. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Refuse to let anger set in and take over. You may not be happy about some of the changes that occur, but if you are smart and accommodating, you will find a way to make what transpires work in your favor. 2 stars  TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Make...
    LANGHORNE, Pa. (CBS) – After CBS3 reported on a Sesame Place employee who was brutally attacked Sunday after reminding a couple to wear their masks, the community reacted strongly online. Many say they are horrified anyone could hurt the 17-year-old just doing his job, especially at a theme park for kids. Police say, earlier in the day, the employee reminded a man and woman that they needed to wear masks inside the park. When the couple saw the employee again, police say they both struck him in the face, knocking him to the ground. Security guards chased the pair but they got away. Paramedics rushed the teen to St. Mary’s Medical Center to treat injuries to his jaw and a damaged tooth. His injuries were so serious that he required surgery. The park is closed until Thursday while police are working with authorities in New York to positively identify the...
    PeopleImages Your insurance is up for renewal. Your cell phone contract could be coming to an end after a few years. Cable rates rise as regularly as the sun. Once or twice a year, the clock resets on various contracts. And there's one thing you can pretty much count on. "Prices go up without fail," said Dave Totah, a certified financial planner and senior wealth advisor at Exencial Wealth Advisors, in Plano, Texas. "You have to watch out for expense-creep." It is, however, possible to fight back. In exchange for some phone time, you could save on a number of services. More from Invest in You:Not a saver? Learn these skills and end your year with a nice stashMillennials want Gen Z to learn from their mistakesIf you need cash, try these less-obvious sources It's worth the effort, because those annual increases can add up significantly. When it comes to building wealth,...
    Roger Sollenberger June 30, 2020 1:38AM (UTC) President Donald Trump told "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade in a Sunday evening special that his message to Black Americans demanding the removal of monuments honoring slave owners is this: "You have to learn" about "your history." "If you don't understand your history," Trump added, "you will go back to it again." : The president made the remarks during a discussion about growing calls to take down statues commemorating Confederate heroes and other prominent Americans who owned slaves. Kilmeade pointed to "brilliant" leaders, such as former presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, who were problematic because they owned slaves. "So how do we grow as a country and yet not forget our past?" he asked. : "You have to understand history, and you have to understand the culture," Trump responded. The president said it would be foolish to remove statues of George Washington, because "half...
    By KATIE WORKMAN, Associated Press Even in a pandemic, folks are getting married. And where there's a wedding — even a small one in the backyard — there's usually a cake. Home bakers looking to make their own wedding cakes don't need a fancy, multi-tiered tower. But how can they create something that rises above the ordinary? First, don't be overly ambitious, says Jocelyn Delk Adams, cookbook author and founder of the Grandbaby Cakes blog. People tend to put a lot of pressure on themselves when making wedding cakes. “Don’t go too wild,” she cautions. Make a practice cake or two so you feel prepared for the big day. Preparation is the key, agrees special-occasion cake baker Ron Ben-Israel, owner of Ron Ben-Israel Cakes in New York City. “Prepare and simplify the process by writing down all of the different stages,'' he says. "Separate out the pieces of the process,...
    The View hosts went after those refusing to wear masks amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic after sharing a viral clip of Floridians erupting at a county meeting in Palm Beach — leading Meghan McCain to compare them to “the rantings of someone at an airport bar.” The hosts were stunned after watching the viral video, which shows Palm Beach residents furious at the idea of wearing a mask after a unanimous vote required them in the county. Florida counties announced the requirement after reaching record spikes in cases this week. The state announced its highest single-day spike on Friday, reporting close to 9,000 new cases. “The biggest thing about them pushing back on the masks is this isn’t just about you,” guest host Sarah Haines said. “The point of wearing a mask is protecting everyone around you, and so my fear with this pandemic has never been, actually, deep down...
    Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich admitted that President Donald Trump may lose the election in November, simply because “people are tired,” and therefore attracted to presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s passivity. Fox News host Melissa Francis asked Gingrich about current polls that show Trump trailing Biden by 14 points, adding that Biden is leading the president among independent voters by 18 percentage points. “First of all, if they can keep Biden in the basement long enough, he might become president,” Gingrich said on Wednesday’s Outnumbered. “Because as long as you don’t see him, and you don’t think about him and you don’t worry about his record, and you don’t look at what he’s promising, you know, he might get their just because people are tired. He is so passive right now, maybe that is what they want.” Gingrich predicted, however, that Trump would ultimately win in the fall — noting that when...
    IT happens to the best of us, no doubt - we get to the grocery store to do a food shop and realise we don't have a trolley token or one pound coin to release and use a trolley. Rather than trying to keep your shop to a minimum as to not end up overflowing your small and heavy basket, a clever mum has revealed a genius way to get around it. 3The hack allows you to use a trolley without the correct tokenCredit: Hollyvolgsofficial/TikTok Self-professed "bargain loving Youtuber" Holly Vlogs shared the clever tip on her TikTok account where she often shares a number of life hacks and money-saving tips. Speaking in the clip, she says: "If you need a trolley and don't have a token or a pound, you can just use two 20p pieces and it works exactly the same." She demonstrated the hack...
    The executive director of the Tulsa County Health Department believes that Donald Trump’s rally at the BOK Center scheduled for Saturday, June 20 could be a public health catastrophe. “Regardless who is hosting this rally, we would recommend you not attend large events,” said Dr. Bruce Dart during an interview on Saturday, June 13. “If you want to stay safe, don’t go.” Dart said that he spoke to Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum – whom he described as a “good mayor who has done the right things since the pandemic hit” – on Saturday night. He urged Bynum to “postpone the event until it’s safe for large crowds to gather indoors,” he said.
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