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    Incredible footage has emerged showing a menacing great white shark hunting a stingray at a popular tourist beach. Lewis Loughlin, based at Maroubra in Sydney's east, spotted the feared ocean predator stalking its prey at Sussex Inlet on the NSW south coast on Sunday morning. Loughlin filmed the epic encounter with a drone, where the ravenous shark could be seen pursuing the stingray just metres from the shore. Following a few failed attempts, the persistent great white eventually nabs its target, consuming the ray in a brutal display of ocean dominance before moving into deeper water. The great white could be seen moving in on the stingray, only to be thwarted by a wave breaking  Loughlin later described the scene to his Instagram followers. 'This spectacular behaviour is called breaching,' he said.  'Great white sharks often breach in order to catch fast-moving prey.' At the time of the attack, the great...
    After last month’s atmospheric-river event recharging waterways and wreaking damage to vulnerable areas, residents and visitors can expect less drama with an incoming cold front, the National Weather Service said Monday afternoon. “This system coming through is moving slow, compared to the last system,” NWS meteorologist Brayden Murdock said. “We are seeing some rain in northern Sonoma in the next few hours, but it should come in fairly slowly and reach the East and South Bay tonight.” Murdock said one high-resolution weather model showed rain arriving in San Francisco and the East Bay around 10 p.m. and in the South Bay around midnight. Given mild rates, with moderate runs in a few areas, that mean rainfall totals should add up slowly. In contrast with high winds during last month’s blustery blasts that caused power outages and damaged infrastructure, Murdock expected peak gusts around 40 mph in the North Bay’s higher...
    Virus updates: CDC chief says US will reach 500,000 deaths next month Amanda Gorman went viral at Bidens inauguration. Whats next for the young poetry sensation? Bitcoin Bounces Off $30,000 as Record Momentum Fades (Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin briefly dropped below $30,000 for the second time in the past week as the largest cryptocurrency struggles to regain momentum after reaching record highs earlier this month. The digital asset fell as much as 8.7% to $29,241 Wednesday, before bouncing back from the lowest levels of the day to around $30,770. The last time it traded below $30,000 was Jan. 22, two weeks after setting a record high of $41,982. © Bloomberg Bitcoin falls below $30,000 for the second time in one week The token surged 300% in 2020 amid speculation that institutional investors were piling in with interest rates at rock-bottom lows. Companies such as MicroStrategy Inc., Square Inc., and crypto...
    VIDEO5:5805:58What to expect from the homebuilder stocks in 2021Trading Nation Homebuilder stocks have been among the brightest spots in the market this year as low interest rates and a flight to the suburbs from urban areas kept the bulls optimistic.   The XHB homebuilder ETF has rallied nearly 150% off its March low, more than twice as large as the rebound for the S&P 500. The ETF holds home retailers such as Lowe's alongside construction companies including Lennar. Indeed, the ETF was down nearly 2% in Monday's premarket as stock futures in general were in the red. There's a lot to like in the XHB ETF's charts, says Craig Johnson, chief market technician at Piper Sandler. "That particular index still to us is breaking out to new highs. If you dig below the surface, you'll see that basically 34 out of the 35 components are above their 200-day moving average,...
    Crystal Cox/Insider Samantha Lee/Insider You and your partner don't have to break up because you disagree about how fast your relationship should move. Instead, reflect on what's driving your fears of moving fast and tell your partner using "I" statements, therapist Kristie Overstreet told Insider. Usually our relationship fears are rooted in past relationship trauma. Telling your partner could help her better understand your worries and help you through them. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I love my girlfriend. We've been together for about eight months and she's made me realize how amazing being in a relationship can be. My problem, however, is that I feel like she's too deeply in love with me. That scares me. I've tried multiple...
    LITTLE People's Amy Roloff showed off her new home's festive Christmas decorations. She recently left the home on the farm she shared with her ex-husband, Matt, and moved in with her fiancé, Chris Marek. 7Little People's Amy Roloff showed off her new home's festive Christmas decorationsCredit: Instagram 7Amy recently left the home on the farm she shared with her ex-husband, Matt, and moved in with her fiancé, Chris Marek.Credit: Instagram 7She also showed the Christmas mouse figures adorning her fireplaceCredit: Instagram Amy shared snaps on Instagram of her fiancé, Chris, stringing Christmas lights from the house. Amy and Chris updated the home she purchased in October 2019, which is just a 15-minute drive from the farm. She also showed her holly-decorated front porch and the Christmas mouse figures adorning her fireplace. The home also has plenty of snowmen and reindeer accents. The mom also posted her beautiful nativity scene atop...
    A man started a car while a victim was sitting on its hood, driving a short distance then slamming on the brakes so that the woman was thrown and injured, police said. The Ulster County incident took place on Delaware Street in the Glasco area of Saugerties at approximately 10:18 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 15, according to the Saugerties Police Department. The perpetrator, 35-year-old Maurice F.D. Sandoval, of Saugerties, fled the scene before the female victim called authorities, according to police.  She was treated at the scene for her minor injuries by paramedics from DIAZ ambulance, then driven to a hospital in a private vehicle.  Sandoval went to police headquarters at 2 p.m., but not to turn himself in, according to police. He was reporting his license plates had been stolen, said police.  Sandoval was charged with the misdemeanors of third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment then released and will...
    A woman was riding her bicycle in Las Vegas on Sunday morning when police say a passenger riding in a van leaned out of the window and shoved her, causing the cyclist to fall and hit her head, killing her. But in the process of pushing the victim, the cruel prankster, identified as 20-year-old Giovanni 'Gio' Medina Barajas, tumbled out of the open window and struck his head on a lamp post, resulting in his death.  The driver of the van sped off from the scene of the fatal accident, but was tracked down by police and arrested on Monday. Michelle 'Shelli' Weissman, 56, was biking in Las Vegas on Sunday morning when a passenger leaning out of a speeding van shoved her. The cyclist suffered multiple blunt force injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene  The incident took place along Hollywood Boulevard in Las Vegas at...
    LITTLE People, Big World’s Amy Roloff has been forced to put her wedding to fiance Chris Mark “on hold” and has no set plans for when they’ll eventually get married. The 56-year-old reality star divorced her husband of almost 30 years, Matt Roloff, in 2016 but only recently moved off the family farm she shared with him. 6Amy Roloff and fiance Chris Marek's wedding is 'on hold'Credit: Instagram She started dating Chris after splitting from Matt, and the two got engaged in September 2019. They planned to get married this year, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the couple to postpone their nuptials, and now they have put it all “on hold right now,” according to Amy’s son Zach Roloff. He told Us Weekly that they can’t find any venues that are accepting new wedding dates right now and can’t plan anything else wedding-related without a venue or date. The 30-year-old...
    Southern California is held back from reopening as other regions get green light NASCAR fines seven national series teams for lug-nut violations at Las Vegas Amy Roloff Confirms She Will Be Part of 2020 Pumpkin Season After Moving Off Farm Although Amy Roloff no longer lives on the family farm, she won't be missing the 2020 pumpkin season. © Provided by People Amy Roloff/Instagram More than a week after her ex-husband, Matt Roloff, announced that Roloff Farms will be open to the public despite the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Amy confirmed that she will be present for this year's festivities. ″Fall is here. Woohoo! ???? That means Pumpkin season is here too. Roloff Farms is open for pumpkin season. It’ll still be a fun family time just a different kind of fun because of the challenging times we are in. Check out the Roloff Farms website to make reservations and...
    In praising other mobile quarterbacks, Jerry Jones wasn’t criticizing Dak Prescott How the Pandemic Changed My Bucket List Stock sell-off may still have a ways to go as election, virus trigger volatility The S&P 500 looks like it trended sideways by the market close Tuesday, but the intra-day volatility suggests the correction has a ways to go. The virus and election are both factors that could drive volatility into the month of October. Some analysts expect the S&P 500 to retest recent lows and find a bottom at the 200-day moving average at 3,109. © Provided by CNBC Traders wear masks as they work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues New York, May 27, 2020. Tuesday's sell-off and recovery after a three-day bounce signals continued stock market volatility, and the possibility that the correction is...
    Getty Eagles QB Carson Wentz has five turnovers so far this year, including four picks and one fumble. Carson Wentz has watched the tape from his latest two-interception performance. It was bad. He’s moved on to Cincinnati. The Eagles quarterback gave a terse-yet-honest press conference on Wednesday afternoon where he revealed he was “frustrated” and a “little ticked off” about the way he played against the Rams. Philadelphia is 0-2 and, based on percentages, staring at missing the playoffs for the first time since 2016. There’s no time to sit around and feel sorry themselves. The Eagles are moving forward and Wentz hasn’t lost any confidence in himself or in his teammates. “So for me, it’s another week, it’s on to the next one,” Wentz told reporters, “and I’m as confident in myself and in this team as I’ve ever been. I don’t waver and I don’t see...
    Tropical storm Karina formed this Sunday morning in the Pacific Ocean and is advancing hundreds of miles off the coast of Mexico, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The system is 480 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California and was moving with maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour, according to the NHC bulletin Sunday at 9 am MT. Karina is moving west-northwest at a speed of 10 miles per hour and is expected to continue in that direction for the next few days. At the moment, it does not represent any danger to any territory, so no warnings or surveillance have been issued on any coast. NHC experts predict that Karina will gradually strengthen over the next few days, but there is no indication that it could become a hurricane.
    Tropical storm Karina formed this Sunday morning in the Pacific Ocean and is advancing hundreds of miles off the coast of Mexico, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The system is 480 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California and was moving with maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour, according to the NHC bulletin Sunday at 9 am MT. Karina is moving west-northwest at a speed of 10 miles per hour and is expected to continue in that direction for the next few days. At the moment, it does not represent any danger to any territory, so no warnings or surveillance have been issued on any coast. NHC experts predict that Karina will gradually strengthen over the next few days, but there is no indication that it could become a hurricane.
    Tropical storm Karina formed this Sunday morning in the Pacific Ocean and is advancing hundreds of miles off the coast of Mexico, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The system is 480 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California and was moving with maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour, according to the NHC bulletin Sunday at 9 am MT. Karina is moving west-northwest at a speed of 10 miles per hour and is expected to continue in that direction for the next few days. At the moment, it does not represent any danger to any territory, so no warnings or surveillance have been issued on any coast. NHC experts predict that Karina will gradually strengthen over the next few days, but there is no indication that it could become a hurricane.
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Tropical Storm Julio formed Saturday in the Pacific off Mexico’s southwestern coast, and forecasters said it was expected to remain offshore and gain little strength over the next few days. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (65 kph) late in the afternoon. Its center was about 130 miles (215 kilometers) south-southwest of the Mexican tourist town of Zihuatanejo and moving to the west-northwest at 20 mph (31 kph). The center said Julio was predicted to stay at sea while moving parallel to Mexico’s coast and would likely dissipate by Tuesday. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Haley Kalil showed off her killer body in a tight gray tank top and leggings in a new Instagram share. She was seen seated among moving boxes. The model shared a sequence of four photos where she displayed several distinct poses for her 339,000 followers who liked the pics over 22,000 times each. The model appeared to be headed to a new location and decided to have a little fun by posing for some pics as she packed up. In the comments section, Haley responded to one fan who asked where she was moving to. She replied she would be traveling back and forth between New York City and Los Angeles for work. In the first snap. Haley smiled as she looked directly at the camera. Her auburn tresses were casually flipped over to the right side of her head. Her eyes were bright and she was seated on one...
    All of Sadie Kurzban's boutique fitness studios may be closed, but her tens of thousands of acolytes are still shaking and grooving to the beat of the music in her company's high-intensity, cardio dance classes.  Kurzban is the founder of 305 Fitness, a dance-oriented workout method that has started streaming all of its classes online since the coronavirus pandemic forced her to temporarily close her seven permanent, physical studios. Typically based in New York City, Kurzban shut her studios even before she was forced to in order to protect her community. The risk of someone becoming infected with COVID-19 didn't seem worth it, she said.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "We told our community, listen, this is serious. Even if you're young and not immunocompromised, this is serious. Please take this seriously, go home," Kurzban told CBSN.  The party continues online, though, where Kurzban uploads videos of...
    NEW YORK -- A woman was rescued by good Samaritans after being hit and pinned by a car in New York City on Wednesday.The incident happened in Manhattan.Authorities said the group rushed to the aid of the pedestrian, banding together to lift the vehicle off of the trapped woman.Witnesses said although she was in really bad shape, had a lot of blood on her, and mostly unconscious, the victim was able to squeeze a finger on one of the rescuers."A large group of people scrambling with jacks to try and lift the car and provide assistance," good Samaritan Jesse Hershkowitz said. "About six or seven of us just ran out into the middle of the street, and we actually physically lifted the car and moved it off of her, without moving her obviously. She was moving her feet and her ankles."Police are questioning the driver who hit the pedestrian. He...
    BILLERICA (CBS) — A Billerica moving and storage company is hot water again. The Justice Department is suing Father & Son Moving & Storage for the way it treated a customer who is a member of the United States Air Force. The lawsuit states that Father & Son didn’t get a court order before it auctioned off everything in two storage units belonging to a Technical Sergeant while he was deployed overseas. Federal authorities say that’s illegal under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. Among the sergeant’s items sold by Father & Son at auction were military gear and mementos belonging to a cousin who was killed in action, his grandfather’s military service medals and personal photographs. Read The Lawsuit “This servicemember was called overseas to serve our country and returned home to find his personal possessions, family heirlooms and military awards auctioned off to the highest bidder,” said U.S. Attorney...
    Tropical Storm Josephine was moving further north across the Atlantic when Tropical Storm Kyle formed off the coast of New Jersey on Friday. Josephine was located 460 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands, according to a 5 p.m. notice from the US National Hurricane Center in Miami. It was moving from west to northwest at 16 miles per hour with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph.
    (CNN)After a weekend of storm preparation with utility crews being staged and shelters being opened in Florida, Tropical Storm Isaias is on track to impact the Carolinas, with storm warnings being extended as far north as Delaware early Monday morning.While Florida did not bare the brunt of the storm -- it was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm as it glided off the eastern coast -- many counties and cities in the Sunshine state prepared to face a possible storm during the Covid-19 pandemic.Now coastal communities in the Carolinas could be in the track of the storm, with life threatening storm surge of 2 to 4 feet above ground level possible from Edisto Beach, South Carolina to Cape Fear, North Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center.Evacuations ordered for coastal communitiesIsaias is expected to be "near hurricane strength when it reaches the Carolinas" late Monday, the latest alert...
    SHOCKING animal abuse has been caught on camera a Vietnam wet markets as frogs have their legs cut off and skinned dogs lay on tables. Live fish were also hit with knives in the clip while chickens and ducks were packed in cramped cages beside other decapitated ducks and some workers were seen without face masks, aprons or even plastic gloves. 5Kkninned dogs lay on the table at a wet marketCredit: Open Cages/Moving Animals 5Live fish were also cut with knivesCredit: Open Cages/Moving Animals 5Turtles trapped in cages attempted to escapeCredit: Open Cages/Moving Animals It flies in the face of warnings that close proximity to animals and unsanitary conditions risk a pandemic outbreak similar to how coronavirus supposedly jumped from bats to humans at a Wuhan wet market. The World Health Organisation has warned that conditions like these that risk human and animal life such are "unacceptable." They said: "It...
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