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    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis defended his not wearing a mask during his time inside a box at the Super Bowl, declaring he needed it off so he could drink his beer. DeSantis was speaking at an event when he went into defense mode for his actions, according to Politico reporter Marc Caputo.  The photo shows a maskless DeSantis speaking with another person and with a Diet Pepsi in close proximity, but no beer in sight.  DeSantis was speaking at an event when he went into defense mode for his actions, according to Politico reporter Marc Caputo 'Someone said, "Hey, you were at the Super Bowl without a mask" ... but how the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on? Come on. I had to watch the Bucs win,' DeSantis reportedly said.  Critics blasted fans at the Super Bowl for failing to...
    Biden coronavirus advisers nix national U.S. lockdown Abuse of the rule of law: 1,000 ex-judges, legal experts slam Trumps false claims of voter fraud Patricio Freire on rematch: Emmanuel Sanchez improved, but Im better than him – he knows that UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Patricio Freire thinks his next opponent has improved, but not enough to make him worry. © Provided by MMAJunkie The Bellator featherweight and lightweight champion successfully defended his 145-pound title Thursday in the Bellator 252 main event. Freire (31-4 MMA, 19-4 BMMA) knocked out Pedro Carvalho in the first round of their fight to advance to the Bellator featherweight grand pix semifinals. Earlier at the event, Emmanuel Sanchez punched his ticket to the semifinal bout against Freire when he beat Daniel Weichel with a unanimous decision. “Pitbull” said he saw improvement in Sanchez’s game since they first fought, but not enough to change the outcome in...
    Hunter Biden became so addicted to illicit sexual thrills that he once spent $11,400 on a single night of debauchery at a New York strip club and shelled out more than $21,000 to one adult 'live cam' porn website. The scale of the descent of Joe Biden's son into a morass of drugs, drink and sleaze – leaving him open to possible blackmail attempts – is laid bare in hundreds of documents and photographs on his abandoned laptop. The 50-year-old spent a fortune on escorts and ran up massive hotel bills, often paying for multiple rooms in a single night.  Graphic photographs show him apparently smoking crack cocaine from a pipe and engaging in sex acts with unidentified women. Hunter Biden became so addicted to illicit sexual thrills that he once spent $11,400 on a single night of debauchery at a New York strip club and shelled out more...
    What do you give someone who has it all? For David Letterman, 73, the retirement gift he gave to the late Regis Philbin on Letterman’s late-night show in 2011 was one that potentially could have “killed” the “Live! With Regis and Kelly” host. Letterman appeared virtually on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Wednesday evening and told the story of the time a “Late Show” staffer suggested they give Philbin a Rascal Scooter as "a joke about how old and feeble" Philbin was. "I said, 'No, no. Let's not give Regis a Rascal Scooter,'" Letterman told Kimmel. "Let's give him an actual scooter, like a Vespa. Everybody knows how to ride a motor scooter." REGIS PHILBIN SAYS GOOD-BYE TO MORNING SHOW AFTER 28 YEARS "So that's what we decided to do – 'Regis, we're so excited. We're sorry you're retiring, but to commemorate the evening and your last show tomorrow, we're giving you this beautiful,...
    Donald Trump on Monday night mocked his Democrat rival Joe Biden for stating he was 'running for Senate' - using the momentary lapse as more evidence of his claim that Biden is unfit for office. Trump, 74, has made the age and frequent gaffes of Biden, 77, a recurrent line of attack. On Monday, campaigning in Toledo, Ohio, Biden provided the president with yet more fodder.  He previously claimed he was running for Senate during a stop in South Carolina in February. Joe Biden was campaigning in Toledo, Ohio on Monday when he made the slip Donald Trump, on stage in Florida on Monday night, was quick to capitalize on the mistake
    President Donald Trump will fly back to Washington, D.C. to visit his hotel for just 85 minutes for a campaign fundraiser on a day that takes him to three swing states.  The president woke up in Florida at his Trump National Doral Miami and hosted a 'Latinos for Trump' roundtable before heading to Georgia, back to D.C., and then onto Virginia for a Friday night rally.   'So I'm thrilled to be back in Doral, I never knew if I was gonna even see it again, this is nice,' he told a crowd at his a.m. campaign event.  President Donald Trump will hit three swing states on Friday: Florida, Georgia and Virginia - and stop back in Washington, D.C. for a fundraiser. He started his day at his Miami Doral property participating in a 'Latinos for Trump' event After a stop in Atlanta, Georgia Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump is...
    President Donald Trump dared House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to impeach him a second time after she refused to take that maneuver off the table to stall a Supreme Court vote.  'I'm the only guy in the world that could be impeached for filling a seat,' Trump complained at his Toledo, Ohio rally Monday night, noting that he was 'constitutionally obligated' to nominate a new justice. 'Go ahead, I want them to do that.'        Trump and Senate Republicans want to push through a GOP-approved Supreme Court pick to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the November election, when the White House and the Senate could change hands. President Donald Trump complained Monday night at a rally at the Toledo Express Airport that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wouldn't take impeaching him again off the table. She suggested she could do it to stall him getting a replacement for Ruth Bader...
    New York — Investigation documents reveal horrifying details of the tragic night TEXAS – After formally pressing charges against the suspect’s girlfriend who allegedly hammered to death Vanessa Guillénhave begun to emerge new details of what happened is tragic night of April 22 when the soldier disappeared. Research documents report that in one of the last text messages Vanessa sent from her cell phone that night on April 22 was to Aaron Robinson, the main suspect in Guillén’s murder. Robinson and Vanessa are reported to have worked together at the Fort Hood military base. That last text ended up being key in the investigation. In the investigators’ report, it is indicated that on April 23, the Command of the Criminal Investigation Division of the United States Army (USACID) was notified by a captain of the disappearance of soldier Guillén. Witnesses told investigators that Vanessa left a weapons room...
    ALBANY — Even Gov. Andrew Cuomo can’t catch a good night’s sleep because of all the illegal fireworks going off, he admitted Monday. “I don’t know what is going on. I don’t know what is going on,” Cuomo said during an WAMC radio interview. “You can be in New York City, it sounds like the Wild West at night. Even in Albany, I’ll tell you the truth. I don’t know what has happened. You know it’s, I don’t remember a year like this, I really don’t, and I want to understand it better, anecdotally I think it’s out of control,” he said. Fireworks are illegal in the five boroughs, but New York City has seen a big uptick in usage over the last several weeks. Mayor Bill de Blasio hasn’t made going after those setting off the pyrotechnics displays an enforcement priority, despite several cases that have resulted in...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The city of Chicago released documents and video detailing the incident that eventually led to the firing of former Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson.RELATED: 'I made a poor decision': Eddie Johnson addresses firing as CPD superintendentAmong the material is police body camera footage from one of the officers, who responded to a report of a man slumped over the wheel at 34th and Aberdeen in October 2019.The officer who responded that night let Johnson drive away. The former superintendent then called for an investigation into the handling of the case, and denied he acted inappropriately when announced his retirement. Johnson said a medical issue caused him to become lightheaded.RELATED: Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson announces retirementHowever, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said after reviewing a report from the Inspector General that it was clear Johnson lied about that night. She fired him.RELATED: Mayor Lori Lightfoot says CPD Supt. Eddie...
    Donald Trump should be preparing to pack his bags at the White House. It’s hard to imagine a worse scenario for any incumbent President trying to secure re-election than his terrible handling of a global pandemic resulting in America suffering the world’s worst coronavirus death toll and the US economy crashing to its worst levels since the Great Depression with 40 million job losses. Trump made things even worse when the country was engulfed by the worst race riots for 50 years and he shamefully fuelled the fires with his shockingly tone-deaf and incendiary response to the country’s rage at George Floyd’s murder at the knee of a racist cop. Any one of those things would normally signal ballot box slaughter in election year. Yet somehow, unbelievably, Trump’s opponents are once again doing everything in their power to wrestle another defeat from the jaws of seemingly inevitable victory. Scroll down...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A double shooting in Philadelphia’s Kingsessing neighborhood has turned deadly. Police say a man was shot and killed on the 1400 block of South Vogdes Street, around 12:30 a.m. Monday. Father’s Day balloons swayed in a light breeze along South Vodges Street. A life celebrated earlier in the day is now mourned as family members used bleach to remove blood stains from a row home stoop. Credit: CBS3 Police confirm 42-year-old Frederick Tynes was shot and killed outside his home. A woman who was with him was also hit and is in critical condition. Richard Reynolds just got home from work and rushed over to help. “I picked him up off the porch. He was laying on the porch so I picked him up off the porch and helped put him in the back of the cop Jeep. Unfortunately, he ain’t make it,” Reynolds said. Neighbors recalled...
    It happened on a summer night almost 50 years ago. I was a year or two out of high school, attending community college. My jock friends and I had gathered in a park in Pittsburg, just east of San Francisco, a working-class mill town that was diverse but divided. We did a lot of hanging out like that in our aimless late teens and early 20s, but that night was different, and unforgettable. Well into the evening, fueled by beer, one of the revelers abruptly and for no apparent reason shouted out as ugly, vulgar and threatening a racial taunt as I’ve ever heard. I didn’t know the guy well. I wish I could say it was shocking, but it was just a more extreme version of the kind of thing you heard around town. I remember silence, and I remember the face of the one Black friend among...
    President Donald Trump has ordered the firing of a federal prosecutor who refused to resign after learning of his pending removal by a press release.  Attorney General Bill Barr said on Saturday that Trump ordered the removal of Geoffrey S. Berman, United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, after he had refused to step down on Friday night.  Berman had taken on high-profile investigations, including charging Jeffrey Epstein with sex trafficking. He also prosecuted Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen and charged two Rudy Giuliani associates during a campaign finance investigation. On Friday night, Berman forcefully denied that he was resigning, after a late-night Justice Department press release announced his resignation and replacement. Attorney General Bill Barr said on Saturday that Trump ordered the removal of Geoffrey S. Berman (above), United States attorney for the Southern District of New York In a letter to Berman, Barr said he...
    When he woke late that morning, he tried putting the details together from the night before, but in those days, for Dock Ellis, that wasn’t always easy. He knew the Pirates had landed in San Diego early Wednesday night after playing a noon game at Candlestick. He had permission from his manager, Danny Murtaugh, to drive to L.A., his hometown. The rest … that was a little blurry. Anyway, he was eager to enjoy a full day off before getting back to the grind. He looked around the house to see if his host had anything … interesting; it was 1970. Of course she did. It was just before noon when he crushed the LSD tab, snorted it, waited for the show to kick in. “What are you doing?!” his host exclaimed. “You have to pitch tonight!” “Nah,” Ellis told her. “I don’t pitch till Friday.” “It is Friday!” she...
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