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    L.A. threatens to shut off utilities at homes that host big parties USDA issues health alert for salads with recalled onions We could care less: LeBron James dismisses Trumps claim that he will no longer watch the NBA because of protests © Provided by INSIDER "The game will go on without his eyes on it," James said. "I can sit here and speak for all of us that love the game of basketball." Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports Trump told "Fox and Friends" on Wednesday morning that he had "no interest in the game" as NBA players continued their protests against police brutality. Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James responded by saying the league didn't care about losing his...
    "The game will go on without his eyes on it," James said. "I can sit here and speak for all of us that love the game of basketball." Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports Trump told "Fox and Friends" on Wednesday morning that he had "no interest in the game" as NBA players continued their protests against police brutality. Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James responded by saying the league didn't care about losing his viewership. "The game will go on without his eyes on it. I can sit here and speak for all of us that love the game of basketball," James said. "We could care less." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James says he and...
    An American man is being slammed on social media after admitting he stormed out on his wife immediately after hearing her cancer diagnosis — because he was angry at her for not having kids sooner, like he wanted. The 33-year-old man shared his story on Reddit, explaining that a doctor recently told his 32-year-old wife that she has ovarian cancer and will need a hysterectomy. But rather than comfort his wife, the man said he was so 'disappointed' that they won't have biological children — something he wanted to do years earlier, but they'd postponed because of his wife's career — that he left her and checked into a hotel. Rude: An American man is being slammed on social media...
    White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows defended President Donald Trump’s plan to re-open schools for the fall because “the flu is more dangerous based on real statistics than Covid-19,” he said in an interview with CNN Wednesday night. “The president once again said schools should reopen,” Wolf Blitzer said. “Because, in his words, and he said this today, I was surprised to hear it when he said it on Fox & Friends ‘kids are virtually immune to the virus.’ That’s not true as you know … The president seems to be giving a false sense of security.” “No, I don’t think he’s giving a false sense of security at all,” Meadows responded. “Here’s the great news as a...
    Delivery riders queue up outside a McDonald's restaurant in east London on May 13, 2020. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP via Getty Images A UK woman said she had to physically remove a chicken nugget from her 6-year-old daughter's mouth after she began to choke on it, she told the BBC. Laura Arber said she found pieces of a protective face mask inside the chicken nuggets. "Just because it says it's a Happy Meal doesn't mean it's safe," Arber said. In a statement to the BBC, McDonald's said it was investigating the incident and had "taken action to ensure any product from this batch is removed from restaurants."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A 6-year-old girl in the UK...
    Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports LeBron James is celebrating his Los Angeles Lakers clinching the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference even though the home-court advantage is virtually meaningless inside the NBA bubble. James told the Los Angeles Times that he'll "enjoy this one" because skeptics "said I couldn't do it." The 16-time NBA All-Star spent the first 15 years of his career playing in the Eastern Conference, which has been regarded as the less competitive of the two in recent years. This season marks the first time the King has dominated out West, suggesting that his success was not dependent on competing against weaker opponents in the East. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A No....
    Seville – Rome The Sevilla coach admits he has Fernando’s doubt Julen Lopetegui at a press conference before a Europa League match Julen Lopetegui appeared in the press room of the MSV Arena in Duisburg before carrying out the last training session of Sevilla prior to the match against Roma and made the message clear: “The rival has a positive streak, has found the key, has a great squad and has ended up being the fittest team in the League Italian “. This is how the game against Rome looks: “We are very excited and we have to give our best version, it’s like a final and we have to give everything.” Problems with midfielders: “Gudelj...
    Donald Trump said Wednesday that he will likely give his Republican nomination speech from the White House after he was forced to shake up convention plans several times due to coronavirus restrictions. 'We're going to do virtual and we're going to do some live speeches from different locations,' Trump detailed to Fox & Friends during a Wednesday morning call-in interview. 'And I'm going to do mine on Thursday night, and that will be live.' 'I'll probably do mine live from the White House,' Trump said of the speech, confirming reports that he is considering moving the main event of the convention to Washington, D.C. Trump said while he is open to giving his speech from a different location, he feels...
    A friend of Ghislaine Maxwell has revealed details of the 'creepy' song he was commissioned to perform at the birthday of Jeffrey Epstein - which included lyrics about 'schoolgirl crushes' and '24-hour erections'.   Society writer Christopher Mason, 54, who lives in Manhattan, writes and performs musical roasts and topical satirical songs, and after meeting Maxwell in 1989 was asked to perform at the millionaire paedophile's 40th birthday.  Speaking to FEMAIL ahead of Crime + Investigation's Surviving Jeffrey Epstein, he told he was led into a room in Epstein's New York townhouse where a 'gentleman's club' of six or seven men wearing black tie and smoking cigars were waiting for him.  He was asked to sit on the floor cross-legged to perform his song, all while...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I got a random call from a former colleague recently. She said she had been thinking about me and wanted to look me up. Harriette Cole  That was nice, but also awkward. We were never close. As I recall, we were pretty competitive. I am suspicious about why she is calling me now. She said she thought of me because of the times. She had made a list of people she cares about and wanted to check in with during COVID-19 when everybody is at home. That sounded sweet, but I am not sure. Should I take her overture at face value? Should I try to strike up a friendship with her? How should I read this out-of-the-blue...
    One dead, four others injured in LA mansion party shooting How to Thaw Ground Beef So It Defrosts in Time for Dinner Amanda Seales Says She Left The Real Because It Felt Like a Betrayal to My People Amanda Seales is opening up about her decision to leave The Real. © Provided by People Amanda Seales Over the weekend, during a candid conversation with comedian Godfrey on Instagram Live, Seales, 39, shared that being on the show felt like a "betrayal to my people." "I left The Real because it was breaking my spirit ... I was being asked to not talk about certain things that felt like a betrayal to my people," Seales said in the video, captured...
    Cult mom Lori Vallow sent her seven-year-old autistic son JJ to stay with her brother the last time he was seen alive after becoming frustrated with the boy for 'climbing up' kitchen cabinets and smashing a picture of Jesus.  Vallow told friends JJ was a 'zombie' and that she'd sent him to stay with her brother Alex Cox on September 22 last year because he was 'out of control'.  It was the last time the boy was seen alive. His remains were found on Vallow's husband Chad Daybell's property, buried in a pet cemetery where a dog and cat had also been buried, earlier this year. His sister Tylee's burned remains were found nearby on the Idaho property. The day...
    The Massachusetts Appeals Court has jettisoned the term 'grandfathering' from its lexicon, explaining in a recent case that is being phased out because 'it has racist origins.' Judge James R. Milkey wrote about the decision on Monday in a footnote from a dispute between two neighbors about zoning laws in Gloucester. In this case, the term has been used to explain why new laws don't apply to older structures or buildings that are protected due to their history.   'Providing such protection commonly is known - in the case law and otherwise - as "grandfathering." We decline to use that term, however, because we acknowledge that it has racist origins,' Milkey wrote on Monday. The Massachusetts Appeals Court has jettisoned...
    Donald Trump has again warned of the danger of election fraud by mail-in ballots and claimed the election could be delayed by its unprecedented scale.  'You know, you could have a case where this election won't be decided on the evening of November 3. This election could be decided two months later.' Trump told Axios. The president added: 'We have a new phenomenon it's called mail-in voting. It's new in terms of the kind of millions and millions of ballots. So they're going to send tens of millions of ballots to California, all over the place. 'I have a friend, lives in Westchester County his son passed away … He called me, he said, "I just got a – I just...
    Seattle's police chief has pleaded with city officials to 'stop mob rule and do the right thing' after 'aggressive' protesters marched on her home Saturday.  Carmen Best wrote a letter to the council Monday two days after protesters showed up at her home Saturday night. Best, who opposes a 50 per cent cut in police funding, said council members need to 'forcefully call for the end of these tactics.'   Protesters recently also appeared outside the homes of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and some people on the City Council as demonstrations continue following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Best last month spoke out against a plan proposed by advocates to cut the police department budget by 50 per cent and...
    Hundreds of people gathered for a party in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, but police failed to issue citations despite a social distancing mandate amid the coronavirus pandemic. Videos shared on social media showed the bash on Fern Street in the east of the city with no apparent attempt to even hide what was going on at The Fashion House. The organizers had put out flyers advertising the event at least one week before it took place and neighbors were alarmed it wasn't prevented or shut down. No more than 25 people are allowed to gather during the current phase 2 of shutdowns.   Videos shared on social media showed the bash in the east of Nashville, Tennessee  At least...
    CNN’s Dana Bash said that President Donald Trump attacked Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx for the first time on Monday because “she made the error in Trump’s mind of telling the truth.” Trump ripped Birx on Monday, responding to her interview with Bash on Sunday where she faced questions about the recent surge in Covid-19 cases around the country. At one point during the interview, Birx shot back at Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and a New York Times report that was critical of Birx’s role in the task force. On Monday, Trump tweeted, “So Crazy Nancy Pelosi said horrible things about Dr. Deborah Birx, going after her because she was too positive on the very...
    Texas isn't including positive COVID-19 test results in its official tally if those positives come from rapid-result tests, meaning there could be tens of thousands more cases in the state than the official statistics report, according to the Houston Chronicle. Thousands of Texans have taken the antigen tests that deliver results in 30 minutes or less. The tests are reportedly used in doctors offices, hospitals, and clinics. But state guidelines consider a positive result from an antigen test to be a "probable" COVID-19 case, rather than a confirmed case. The Texas Department of State Health Services currently only reports confirmed cases to the public. The rapid-result tests have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration under an emergency...
    "Sausage Party." Sony Seth Rogen and his writing/producing partner Evan Goldberg will be working with "Call Me by Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino. The movie will be about the infamous Hollywood figure Scotty Bowers. Rogen and Goldberg told Insider that the team-up happened when Guadagnino called them out of the blue and said he wanted to work with them because he loved their movie "Sausage Party." "Sausage Party" is a 2016 animated R-rated comedy that Rogen and Goldberg produced and were cowriters on. Rogen also voiced one of the characters. "He thought we were the perfect guys to write the movie," Rogen said of their conversation with Guadagnino. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In an unexpected...
    Cary DeVan, 82, was arrested for DUI last Thursday after downing vodka following President Trump's TV speech A retired IBM manager who was busted for DUI has blamed President Donald Trump for driving him to drink before taking to the streets in his golf buggy. Cary DeVan, 82, was arrested 90 minutes after Trump finished his 32-minute coronavirus briefing last Thursday. DeVan, who was the Global Service Planning Manager at IBM Global Solutions in North Carolina for 16 years between 1994 and 2010, was caught by police in Florida after he wrecked the vehicle. The red golf cart was found a mile outside of The Villages complex where he lives. The axle broke and the windshield got dislodged after...
    (CBS Local)– COVID-19 has dramatically altered many different industries and the movie theater business is still feeling the effects of the global pandemic in the United States. As movie theaters attempt to re-open this summer, the cinema experience will look and feel a lot different with masks, deep cleanings and social distancing. While moviegoers have been watching films from home, executives are starting to prepare for the future of movie watching. In late July, AMC Theaters and Universal announced a deal to make the studio’s movies available to stream after just 17 days in theaters. PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC – Customers wearing protective masks sit apart in observance of social distancing measures inside a movie theater. (Photo by Gabriel Kuchta/Getty Images) While...
    The Twitter account for “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz” posted an absurd tweet Monday about Jonathan Isaac. According to Outkick, the official Twitter account for the show hosted by Dan Le Batard tweeted and then deleted a poll asking, “Is it funny that the guy who refused to kneel immediately blew out his knee?” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) You can see a screenshot of the deleted tweet below. @espn don’t worry . We say it pic.twitter.com/1IR2w1A6Mq — Bubba (@FinsBubba) August 3, 2020 Orlando Magic player Jonathan Isaac was the first player in the NBA to stand for the national anthem when the league started back up in Orlando at Disney....
    The human brain has a limit on how much information it can process at once due to a finite energy supply, a new study reveals.   UK neuroscientists say that energy supply to the brain remains constant and can't exceed an upper limit, however challenging a task is.  But as the brain uses more energy in processing the task at hand, less energy is supplied to processing outside our immediate focus, they say.  This results in what's known as 'inattentional blindness' – when stimuli that's available in plain sight doesn't register, even if it's valuable to us. This can help explain why we are sometimes unable to concentrate on what our family members are telling us while we're playing video games...
    Former National Football League (NFL) star Herschel Walker said Saturday that “law and order” has made America great and defunding the police will divide and defeat the country. “Police [are] the reason we’re the country we are today because of law and order,” Walker told Fox News’ “Justice with Judge Jeanine.” “But in today’s world they want to forget about law and order … We need to realize that the way we can become a country is to come together. We are being divided right now,” he said. (RELATED: Jason Whitlock on BL  In Football: ‘The NFL Will Never Be Seen The Same Again Because Of The Failure Of Leadership’ Walker said there is no point in athletes kneeling...
    Tennis : Ashleigh Barty has given up on participating in the US Open due to the risks associated with the coronavirus epidemic. While the coronavirus epidemic continues to rage in the United States, the bar of 150,000 deaths having been exceeded on Wednesday, the tennis circuits must resume next month across the Atlantic. A recovery that is not without problems for some. Gaël Monfils and Stan Wawrinka have in fact already ignored Cincinnati – relocated to Flushing Meadows – and the two men could do the same with the US Open which is due to start on August 31. The New York major is already assured of having to do without the world No. 1, Ashleigh Barty,...
    Lowry scores 33 to lead Raptors to 11th straight over Lakers 25 Ghost Tours Across America That Arent for the Faint of Heart These money and investing tips can keep you in the loop because your portfolio doesn’t take a vacation MUTUAL FUNDS WEEKLY © iStock Don’t miss these top money and investing features: The stock market is cheating us all—and here’s by how much What would Sir John do? How to use Templeton’s 16 rules for investment success in today’s stock market Here’s the best way to hedge the weakening U.S. dollar and buying gold isn’t the move Work from home is here to stay. Here’s what it means for...
    Dr. Deborah Birx said Sunday that the COVID-19 outbreak is not under control in the U.S. because Americans "are on the move.”  When asked about why the U.S. has not been able to stop the coronavirus spread, Birx said on CNN’s “State of the Union” that she’s learned through studying epidemics that health officials need to spread a "tailored" message “on the ground.” The White House coronavirus task force coordinator said she’s seen through recent travel to 14 states that Americans “on the move.” “I can tell you across America right now people are on the move,” she said. “And so all of our discussions about social distancing and decreasing gatherings to under 10 – as I traveled around the country, I saw all...
    James Murdoch sensationally quit the board of his family's News Corporation media empire following a series of behind-the-scenes rows over the company's political stance – especially on climate change.  James, a father-of-three who is regarded as 'the liberal of the Murdoch family', cited editorial disagreements in his bombshell resignation letter, which ran to just two paragraphs.  In it, he wrote: 'My resignation is due to disagreements over certain editorial content published by the Company's news outlets and certain other strategic decisions.'  The 47-year-old, who has held senior positions in several of his father's companies, was once seen as the favourite to take over News Corporation.  James Murdoch sensationally quit the board of his family's News Corporation media empire following a...
    Orlando Magic star Jonathan Isaac has explained his decision not to kneel for the national anthem or wear a Black Lives Matter shirt - the only NBA player so far since the restart not to do so. Bronx-born Isaac, 22, stood for the national anthem before Friday's game against the Brooklyn Nets - the second night of games since the league restarted at Disney World on Thursday night.   'Absolutely, I believe that Black Lives Matter,' he said afterwards.  'I also believe that kneeling while wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt doesn't go hand-in-hand with supporting black lives.' Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac stood for the national anthem before Friday's game In the press conference after the game, Isaac explained...
    MLB commissioner Rob Manfred believes the season might be in big trouble because of coronavirus. According to ESPN, Manfred informed MLB Players Association executive director Tony Clark that the season is cooked if the coronavirus situation doesn’t get under control. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Marlins have completely suspended play after an outbreak of coronavirus, and several other teams have had games canceled. BREAKING: MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told MLBPA executive director Tony Clark on Friday that if the sport doesn’t do a better job of managing the coronavirus, it could shut down for the season, sources told @JeffPassan. pic.twitter.com/lNXpbzkHZr — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 31, 2020 I said Friday that I see...
    US posts more than 25,000 COVID-19 deaths in July 38,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Has Been Recalled Jonathan Isaac says he didnt kneel during the national anthem because All lives are supported through the Gospel Almost every player, coach and team personnel member in the NBA knelt during the national anthem throughout the start of the league’s opening weekend on Friday. Players from the four teams that played on Thursday did the same. © Provided by For The Win The only NBA player who did not take a knee during the national anthem was Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac. Isaac stuck out like a sore thumb. Not only was Isaac not on his knees, he also chose not to wear...
    Enrique 'Kiki' Camarena, 37, was working for the US government in Mexico when he was abducted, tortured and killed by cartel members in February 1985. The lead investigator in his death believes a CIA agent was involved in his murder  An explosive new Amazon docuseries claims that a CIA agent was involved in the torture and death of DEA operative Enrique 'Kiki' Camarena, 37.  Camarena, 37, was working for the US government in Guadalajara, Mexico when he was abducted, tortured and killed by cartel members in February 1985.  His disappearance made worldwide headlines in February 1985, and sparked fury from the Reagan Administration, who effectively shut down the southern border in a bid to pressure Mexico to catch the culprits. ...
    Savannah Rychcik July 31, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump revealed the reason why he did not send additional federal forces into Seattle, amid protests breaking out across the nation calling for an end to racism and police brutality. During his meeting with the National Association of Police Organization leadership, Trump claimed law enforcement has become the target of a “dangerous assault by the radical left.” Trump accused “left wing extremists” of causing chaos in different cities including Portland and Seattle. He noted he was going to send federal agents into Seattle, but chose not to as soon as he believed protesters began to back down. “We were getting ready to go into Seattle. We would’ve solved that problem...
    The FBI's top officials hid Russia probe evidence fearing it might be destroyed by Donald Trump, a new book revealed Friday. They secreted copies of memos by James Comey about his dealings with the president in the bureau's computer system and at locations across the country after Trump fired the FBI director, the book - in an extract published Friday by CNN -revealed.  Comey wrote the memos and sent them to the FBI's senior leadership because of his concerns about the president's conduct. The Comey memos were central to any future investigation because they revealed Trump asking the then-FBI director to drop the probe into Mike Flynn, the fired national security advisor, and asking for 'loyalty' from the nation's top cop. ...
    The Cardinals are the third team to report positive COVID-19 cases and the MLB's effort to play through a pandemic looks to be on shaky ground. Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports The St. Louis Cardinals are the third team in Major League Baseball to have a positive case of COVID-19 within the clubhouse. The Cardinals game against the Milwaukee Brewers scheduled for Friday night has been postponed as a result. All told, 20% of the league will be watching from home on Friday due to three teams dealing with COVID-19. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Just a week after MLB Opening Day, a third team is dealing with a positive case of COVID-19 in the clubhouse. The...
    Zion Williamson. Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports/Reuters Zion Williamson sat the final 7 minutes as the New Orleans Pelicans blew a lead and lost to the Utah Jazz in the first game of the NBA bubble. After the game, Pelicans coach said Zion Williamson had hit his minutes limit and wasn't allowed back in. The Pelicans' cautious handling of Williamson has raised debates about managing risk vs. playing to win and how to allocate limited minutes. The Pelicans are four games out of the playoffs, with seven games to play, and three teams ahead of them. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Zion Williamson played only a minor role in the New Orleans Pelicans' 106-104 loss to the...
    Bill Clinton stayed in Jeffrey Epstein's villa on the billionaire's private Caribbean island because he owed him 'a favor', Virginia Roberts told investigators in nine-year-old testimony that was made public for the first time today.  Roberts said Clinton visited the island some time after his presidency ended along with her and two other 'young girls' from New York. When Roberts - who now goes by the name Guiffre - asked Epstein what Clinton was doing on the island, she claims he laughed and said: 'He owes me a favor.' Bill Clinton visited Jeffrey Epstein's private island with 'two young girls from New York' and stayed in the billionaire's private villa, Virginia Roberts claimed in newly-unsealed testimony Naomi...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Stephon Tuitt took to social media to further explain why he will not kneel during the national anthem this upcoming season. In a post on his verified Instagram account on Thursday, Tuitt made his feelings clear. “I stand for the flag because I am a proud American. Like previously stated, this country has provided and rewarded my family in so many ways through our perseverance and hard work. I will continue to honor my country and be an example to my children to stand for what they believe in,” the post reads. Earlier in the week on his verified Twitter account, Tuitt said, “I’m not kneeling for the flag and screw anybody who...
    COVID-19 : Due to the health crisis, Suzanne Simard, a forestry specialist, was unable to hire labor. To plant these 30,000 young shoots, she could only count on her family. Light on this surge of family solidarity. Suzanne Simard is Canadian and professor of forest management at the University of British Columbia (UBC). As part of her research, she is studying the link between climate change and clearcutting, in other words, a sylvicultural management method that involves the felling of all the trees in a piece of logging. But this year, Suzanne Simard was distraught by the epidemic, as she explained to our colleagues at Radio-Canada: “I was planning to hire undergraduate students to help me, but UBC...
    Trader Joe's isn't removing branding that was labelled 'racist' in a recent petition, despite earlier saying they recognize names such as Trader Ming's and Trader Jose may have had the 'opposite' effect of the 'welcoming customer experience' they strive for. The petition was first launched in early July and has amassed more than 5,000 signatures, but after reports the company was rebranding the products, they have clarified that will not be the case. 'We disagree that any of these labels are racist. We do not make decisions based on petitions,' the brand wrote on its website. 'We make decisions based on what customers purchase, as well as the feedback we receive from our customers and Crew Members. If we feel...
    Buenos Aires, Jul 30 (EFE) .- The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández considered this Thursday that it is necessary to get “a little firm” with the isolation measures to stop the coronavirus, saying that, according to the latest infection data, quarantine “is not working”. “It is very possible that the curve will tend to go down a little bit again and it is very possible that it will go back up, and that essentially has to do with people on the streets and people meeting and having coffee and participating in a barbecue, they have to do with that, “the president said in statements to Radio with you. Fernández remarked that so far “a great effort has been made” and...
    Rihanna has revealed she was nervous to walk the 2015 Met Gala red carpet in her iconic yellow cape dress. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Few Met Gala looks are as iconic as the 55-pound couture cape dress that Rihanna wore in 2015 to the museum's "China: Through the Looking Glass" event. But this week Rihanna revealed that she was so scared to walk the red carpet in her custom Guo Pei gown that she circled the Met "three times" before getting out of the car. "I felt like, 'I'm doing too much,'" Rihanna told Access Hollywood on Wednesday. "I was driving past the red carpet and I was just seeing gowns." "I was like, oh my god,...
    Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly has been suspended for eight games. Kelly threw balls close to Astros batters during a Tuesday game, and the benches eventually cleared because of his pitches. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Astros infamously stole signs during their World Series championship season in 2017, which ended with them beating the Dodgers. The Dodgers and Astros cleared the benches after Joe Kelly struck out and exchanged words with Carlos Correa. pic.twitter.com/Z2l2A1sMG6 — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 29, 2020 The Dodgers announced late Wednesday afternoon that Kelly had been suspended for eight games, but would appeal the ruling. For those of you wondering, Kelly’s eight games is more...
    Viewing Picks for July 30, 2020 My Two-Year-Old Tested the New Lovevery Play Kit Subscription Box Buy stock dips because the S&P 500 could ‘easily’ reach 3,500 next year, says Credit Suisse NEED TO KNOW © AFP via Getty Images The dips. Could the worst U.S. growth reading since World War II trigger stock gains on Thursday? Load Error After an unsurprisingly gloomy economic assessment from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday, some are pondering whether markets would take cheer from data that may secure more stimulus down the road. So far, there is not much optimism and equity futures are down on what is also a big day for earnings. But that segues straight...
    The Oregonian/YouTube Black conservative videographer Andrew Duncomb, 25, was stabbed at the Portland protests early Saturday morning, according to local media. On Wednesday, The Oregonian published graphic video of the moment he was attacked. Police arrested Blake David Hampe, 43, in connection with the attack, The Oregonian reported. Duncomb told the newspaper that the man stabbed him after Duncomb confronted him for following his group of friends. "I was stabbed for being a conservative journalist," Duncomb said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Black conservative videographer says he was stabbed because of his conservative views during the Portland protests over the weekend, after he released footage of the encounter.  Andrew Duncomb, 25, is known for his...
    Andrew Duncomb (pictured) was knifed in the back during a protest in Portland last weekend in what he claims was a targeted attack because he's a conservative journalist A videographer who was knifed in the back during protests in downtown Portland claims he was targeted because of his conservative activism.    Shocking video captured the moment Andrew Duncomb, 25, was stabbed while he was out filming footage of protests by Portland's Mark O Hatfield federal courthouse early Saturday morning.  Duncomb, who is black and a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, told Oregon Live he had traveled to the city from Northern California because he wanted to offer a more complete view of the situation than what has been portrayed...
    Seth Rogen, who attended Jewish schools and camps growing up in Canada, opened up this week about his heritage, his views on Israel and antisemitism Seth Rogen says he was fed a 'huge amount of lies' about Israel when he was a child because he didn't know the Jewish state was created where Palestinians were living. The Hollywood actor, who attended Jewish schools and camps growing up in Canada, opened up this week about his heritage, his views on Israel and antisemitism. 'As a Jewish person I was fed a huge amount of lies about Israel my entire life,' Rogen said in an interview on the WTF with Marc Maron podcast.  'They never tell you that, 'Oh, by the way, there...
    (CNN)Bill Gates slammed coronavirus testing in the US in an interview with CNBC, saying that most tests are a "complete waste" because it takes too long for the results to come back.Gates, the former CEO and founder of Microsoft, believes that people need to get results back sooner so that they're able to "change their behavior so they're not infecting other people.""The simplest thing, which has to do with such insanity, is you should not reimburse somebody for getting a test that it takes more than 48 hours to get the result back," Gates said on Tuesday. "That test is a complete waste. And to all these numbers about how much we test, the majority is just complete waste," he...
    Trump administration in talks with Oregon governor on protests: Pence How two traders are betting on consumer staples in an uncertain Covid environment The Latest: Colombian riders sent home because of virus The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: © Provided by Associated Press Fans wearing face masks to help protect against the spread of the new coronavirus take a selfie before the KBO league game between Doosan Bears and LG Twins in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, July 27, 2020. Masked fans hopped, sang and shouted cheering slogans in baseball stadiums in South Korea on Sunday as authorities began bringing back spectators in professional sports games amid the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Ahn...
    BILL Gates has said he believes children should return to schools this fall because the "benefits outweigh the costs". The Microsoft founder's comments come as Donald Trump continues to call for schools to reopen as part of measures to revive the economy following the coronavirus lockdown. 5Bill Gates has said he believes children should return to schools this fall 5President Trump has repeatedly called for schools to reopen Credit: Alamy Live News 5Students at a Mississippi high school follow social distancing rules during their first day back on MondayCredit: AP:Associated Press Schools in states across the US have been closed on the orders or recommendations of state governors since the state of May, CNN reported. Children appear not...
    Prince George knows he's 'very different' from his siblings because he's often 'singled out' to spend time with his great-grandmother the Queen and his grandfather Prince Charles, a royal expert has claimed.  The seven-year-old future king 'gets taken away' from his sister Princess Charlotte, five, and brother Prince Louis, two, for photoshoots with his father Prince William, 38, Her Majesty, 94, and the Prince of Wales, 71. Royal commentator Katie Nicholl claims this exclusion from his siblings means George 'understands that he's different from them' - despite the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's efforts to treat their children as equals.  Speaking to OK! she added that the idea of him being king is 'being introduced to him gradually'. Prince George knows...
    Bill Gates has sided with President Donald Trump in arguing for the reopening of schools in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, saying the 'benefits outweigh the costs for younger students.' The Microsoft founder, 64, rallied for schools to open in an interview with CNBC’s Squawk Box on Tuesday. 'I’m a big believer that for young children, the benefits in almost every location — particularly if you can protect the teachers well — the benefits outweigh the costs,' he said. However, he said there’s a less pressing need for older students to return to in-person schooling. 'As you get up to age, like, 13 and higher, then you’ll have to look at your locale to decide what you’ll do with...
    This is the moment three vandals caused $13,000 worth of damage to a New York bagel shop after they were apparently angered to find it wasn't open. Footage released by police shows the suspects smashing up The Brothers Deli & Bagel in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn at around 5.30pm on Friday after workers had packed up and were waiting for their deliver man to bring the bikes inside. The video shared Tuesday shows the would-be customers knocking drinks off a shelf, flipping over snacks, and turning tables after seemingly realizing they were too late to buy food. One of the men kicked the display counter inside the shop near 71st Street. The Brothers Deli & Bagel in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn...
    Bill Barr asserted Tuesday Roger Stone and Michael Flynn were not treated fairly by 'lying prosecutors' claiming Justice Department individuals were trying to levy harsher sentences because of their relationships with President Donald Trump. 'I agree the president's friends do not deserve special breaks, but they also don't deserve to be treated more harshly than other people,' the U.S. Attorney General said during a Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday afternoon. 'The cases that are cited, the Stone case and the Flynn case – both cases where I determined that some intervention was necessary to rectify the rule of law to make sure people are treated the same,' he continued during Republican Representative Mike Jonhson's questioning. Barr acknowledged that it's difficult for...
    Even though Justin Bieber and wife Hailey Baldwin took time out of their busy schedules to visit Kanye West in Wyoming amid his reported bipolar episode, sources claim the singer has not reached out to Kanye’s wife, Kim Kardashian. According to an exclusive from Hollywood Life, the reason Justin did not get in touch with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is because he feels “turned off right now from the world and will be for the next few weeks.” The insider revealed that he is “focused on enjoying time with his wife and unwinding and enjoying his road trip across the country right now.” It also sounds like there are a lot of rumors about the “Yummy” singer...
    DONALD Trump sprung his first pitch "invite" on the New York Yankees and The White House "because he was annoyed that Doctor Anthony Fauci was given the honor in Washington DC." The president said he was throwing the first ball on August 15 and the legendary stadium, after the coronavirus expert did the same for the Washington Nationals on Thursday. 2 Trump said he was doing the first pitch for the YankeesCredit: AP:Associated Press "[Yankees president] Randy Levine, he’s a great friend of mine from the Yankees. He asked me to throw out the first pitch," Trump revealed to reporters during a White House briefing on Thursday. "And I think I’m doing that on August 15 at Yankee Stadium."...
    The Tour of Burgos will serve to test the efficiency of cycling in the face of the coronavirus crisis. But, before you even want to start the race on Tuesday, there has been a scare by the Israel teams. Omer Goldstein tested positive and his partner Itamar Einhorn, who was going to run the race, had to be removed because he had been in contact with him. reason why the picture where Dani Navarro compete in Burgos is going to have one less cyclist. Davide Cimolai (Ita), Alex Dowsett (Gbr), Rick Zabel (Ale), Ben Hermans (Bl), Dani Navarro and Tom Van Asbroeck (Bl), under the orders of scar Guerrero Celaya and Xabier Zabalo will finally form the team...
    FC Barcelona During the celebration of a goal in the final of the 2011 Champions League Messi’s goal in the final of the 2011 Champions League that almost cost Dani Alves a foot It was minute 54. Messi hooked a ball from the front that ended in the net after not being seen by Edwin Van der Sar. He was again ahead in the final of the Champions 2010-2011, at Wembley, against Manchester United, after that Pedro and Rooney they would have scored for each team. Messi celebrates it with rage, running down the baseline to the corner and kicking the air. Behind, Dani Alves, also like crazy running after the Argentine and kicking a micro environment,...
    President Trump again pointed to his support from boaters and bikers as more concrete evidence he is ahead of Joe Biden in the presidential race than his standing in the polls, where he lags behind his Democratic rival.   'I think there's more spirit now than there's ever been for my campaign and that includes 2016 where obviously there was great enthusiasm, great spirit,' Trump told reporters Monday during a day trip to North Carolina.  He pointed to Florida as an example, 'And you have thousands of boats out on the ocean, out on the intercoastal, you look at other states where likewise you have thousands of boats and they're all waving the Trump sign, Trump-Pence sign.'  President Donald Trump again...
    Christopher Nolan’s Tenet will skip the United States for its initial release because of ongoing safety concerns surrounding the pandemic. It will instead roll out to several international territories weeks before the US gets it. Warner Bros. is gearing up to release Tenet in 70 international territories, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the United Kingdom on August 26th, according to a press release. Tenet will then roll out into select theaters in the United States beginning September 3rd. The studio does not have plans currently to release Tenet in China right now, Variety reported. Tenet’s staggered release is something executives talked about last week during AT&T’s earnings call, but it’s not an ideal situation....
    Los Angeles has lost one of its Michelin-starred restaurants to COVID-19, as a new survey shows that 60 per cent of all restaurants in the United States forced to shut due to the pandemic will likely never reopen. Trois Mec was one of 25 restaurants with a coveted Michelin star in the city, and earned the rating only last year, in the latest awards.  Sixty percent of restaurants that shut down during the pandemic are now closed for good, according to a recent report from Yelp, the online service that provides crowd-sourced reviews. 'The restaurant industry now reflects the highest total business closures, recently surpassing retail,' Yelp said.  As of July 10, Yelp found 26,160 total restaurant closures, an increase of...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'bring out the worst in each other', a royal biographer has claimed. Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with the Prince in 2018, said the Duchess of Sussex, 38, is a 'mega-watt attention grabber with the eyes of the world on her' while the Duke, 35, has 'faded in her shadow.' Writing in The Telegraph, she the Duchess had proved herself not to be a 'team player' but 'a fiercely ambitious woman who wants to be number one.' Meanwhile she added that Prince Harry has transformed from 'charismatic and accessible' to 'a nervy, tense man who seems constantly on edge.'   Prince Harry's biographer, Angela Levin, said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex 'bring out the worst...
    The Queen will be the person 'most upset' by the new bombshell book on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, a source has claimed.  Finding Freedom is a biography written by journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, who are supporters of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and have set out to 'correct the record' and shift the spotlight on to their charitable ventures.  It makes new claims about tensions between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Royal Family - but a source has claimed it will 'open old wounds at a time when everyone wanted to move on.' 'It's going to open old wounds at a time when everyone wanted to move on,' the family source claimed, speaking to Vanity...
    Former Playboy cover girl Elizabeth 'Bo' Black - who had refused to appear nude in the magazine while a college coed - passed away at age 74.  Black died on Friday morning at her home in Scottsdale, Arizona, following a long decline in her health, according to her husband, former MLB manager Tom Trebelhorn.    'She was a pistol, pal,' Trebelhorn, her husband of 20 years, told the New York Daily News. 'She was a pistol.' One-time Playboy cover star Bo Black (in an undated photo) passed away at age 74 on Friday, following a long decline in her health, her family said  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Gone with the Wind star Olivia de...
    Amid the coronavirus pandemic in America, multiple police chiefs and sheriffs in Arkansas and elsewhere say they won’t enforce statewide mask requirements, even within their departments. Some say they don’t have the manpower to respond to every mask complaint, treating violations of the requirement as they would oft-ignored minor offenses such as jaywalking. Others, including Lang Holland, the chief of police in tiny Marshall, Arkansas, reject the legal validity of requirements. Holland told The Associated Press he thought the threat of the coronavirus has been overstated and would wear a face mask only if he’s inside a business that requires it. He doesn’t make his officers wear masks either. So, the day after Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed an order requiring...
    Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace questioned Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” about the ongoing negotiations over the next coronavirus stimulus bill. Wallace said, “House Democrats passed their relief bill back in May, fully two months ago, but here we are the last week in July, and the White House and Senate Republicans still can’t agree on just a GOP package. Meanwhile, a federal ban on evictions ran out yesterday, federal unemployment benefits run out on Friday in the last checks of already got out, and the Payroll Protection Program for businesses is running out early next month.” He added, “Won’t millions of Americans, and millions of businesses, pay the price because the White House and Senate Republicans can’t get your act together?” Mnuchin said, “Let me say,...
    President Donald Trump recently announced that he was invited to toss out the first pitch at the Yankees game on August 15, but the big event is now off. The reason? Trump revealed that he is so focused on the “China Virus” that he doesn’t have time to head to New York. “Because of my strong focus on the China Virus, including scheduled meetings on Vaccines, our economy and much else, I won’t be able to be in New York to throw out the opening pitch for the @Yankees on August 15th. We will make it later in the season!” he wrote. He didn’t say whether these meetings were slated to happen before, during, or after the pitch. Critics were...
    Mark Wilson/Getty Images President Donald Trump recently said he was invited to throw out the first pitch at Yankee Stadium on August 15th. Now it appears he’s not doing it after all. The president announced on Twitter Sunday he “won’t be able to be in New York to throw out the opening pitch” on the 15th “because of my strong focus on the China Virus.” Because of my strong focus on the China Virus, including scheduled meetings on Vaccines, our economy and much else, I won’t be able to be in New York to throw out the opening pitch for the @Yankees on August 15th. We will make it later in the season! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26,...
    Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo spoke with acting DHS Sec. Chad Wolf Sunday morning about the federal officers deployed to Portland. Wolf said that they are there because things are “completely out of control” and “city leadership there fostered an environment that allow these criminals to do this throughout the night untouched.” “We need Portland to step up to the plate, do their responsibility, and work with us to address violent criminal activity occurring every night,” he said. Bartiromo remarked that Portland “looks like Baghdad” and asked, “These people can go all the way up to the fence and the perimeter and throw bricks at officers. What are you going to do about it?” Wolf alluded to “additional actions” that...
    After speaking to one Trump administration official on the efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus, CNN’s Jake Tapper spoke with another, Larry Kudlow, about the administration’s efforts on the economy and trying to get people back to work. Tapper opened by saying it’s clearly “can’t reopen the economy without the virus contained’ and asked Kudlow bluntly, “Isn’t it clear that the country reopened too quickly wiping away the progress made, prolonging harm to the economy?” Kudlow insisted the economy is actually going north, saying, “You’re in a housing boom right now. You’re in a retail sales boom right now. You’re in an auto, car boom right now. Manufacturing.” He acknowledged that in places with “spiking hotspots” you’re...
    Fox News’ Chris Wallace spoke with Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin Sunday morning about the ongoing negotiations over the next round of covid relief and the arguing going on between the White House and Senate Republicans. Wallace noted how House Democrats passed their relief bill two months ago but “here we are the last week in July and the White House and Senate Republicans still can’t agree” on what they want, bringing up disagreements Republicans have aired privately and publicly about their issues with the White House proposal. And given how the ban on evictions ran out Saturday and temporary unemployment benefits are ending Friday and the Payroll Protection Program is running out soon, Wallace asked, “Won’t millions of Americans,...
    A woman has gone viral after reportedly pepper spraying a couple having a picnic in a San Diego, California, dog park — allegedly because they weren't wearing face masks while eating their lunch. What are the details? Ash O'Brien says that she and her husband, Jarret Kelley, were minding their own business and enjoying a sunny picnic lunch with their three-month-old puppy when a raving woman approached them. O'Brien says that the masked woman called the couple "idiots" and stuck up her middle finger at the two dining before deploying pepper spray at them and their food. Video footage of the incident shows the unnamed woman appearing to spray a substance on and around Kelley while O'Brien hysterically...
    NHC Hurricane Hanna is making landfall in Texas this afternoon and early night. The storm is anticipated to make landfall simply south of Corpus Christi. Hanna is a Class 1 with 80 mph winds. Right here’s a take a look at stay streams and webcams exhibiting the storm because it makes landfall. This primary stream is from CBS 19, exhibiting native information KIII in Corpus Christi. It will embody stay protection of injury within the space and different information because the storm makes landfall simply south of Corpus Christi. LIVE COVERAGE: Hurricane Hanna shifting into Texas coastHurricane Hanna is anticipated to make landfall in Texas, south of Corpus Christi as a class 1...
    Victoria Price, a reporter based in Tampa, Florida, shared her story about a viewer's email that potentially saved her life. Victoria Price/Twitter Victoria Price, a TV reporter in Florida, shared on Twitter that a viewer flagged to her what they thought appeared to be a cancerous growth in Price's neck. The viewer — who said they had a similar-looking lump in their neck, and it turned out to be thyroid cancer — flagged their concern in an email to Price. Price tweeted on Friday that she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and is having surgery on Monday to have the tumor removed. "Had I never received that email, I never would have called my doctor. The cancer would...
    A single Kansas City, Mo. mother who lost her job during the COVID-19 pandemic decided to gift her $100 lottery winnings to a police officer shot in the line of duty because of the selflessness of her 12-year-old daughter. In a Saturday interview on "Fox & Friends Weekend," Shetara Sims explained that her daughter, Rakiya Edmundson, initially had the idea. DC FIREFIGHTERS RESCUE 6 DOGS FROM BURNING HOME, REVIVE 1 IN SWELTERING HEAT "Because I know the police have been there for me but that was such a selfless act for my daughter and I didn’t want to change that. I wanted her to continue to be as she is," Sims told host Pete Hegseth. Edmundson said she knew that if her family didn't have money, the family of an officer who was...
    As the coronavirus pandemic continues to hit the United States, President Donald Trump has canceled the Republican convention, scheduled for Florida. To protect Americans To induct Donald trump as the party’s candidate for the presidential election on November 3, a major republican convention has been scheduled in Florida (United States). But due to the spread of coronavirus, the American president canceled it, Thursday July 23. “We’re not going to have a big public convention as such, now is not the time,” he said. He said it was his duty as president to “protect the Americans.” The “Chinese virus” This event was originally scheduled for Charlotte in North Carolina, from August 24 to 27. Faced with the intense spread...
    "Wonder Woman 1984." Warner Bros. The 2020 movie release schedule is drastically changing because of the coronavirus. Keep coming back to this story to see the most up-to-date changes. The latest date changes are from movies like "Tenet," "Mulan," "The Broken Hearts Gallery," and "The French Dispatch." All do not have release dates currently. Also listed are the titles that had release dates pulled because of the virus and now are in limbo or opening in 2021. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. These are dark times for your local movie theaters. In a business that is known for never closing its doors, the entire industry is taking a huge hit with the outbreak of the coronavirus....
    A New York City judge has sentenced a former Wake Forest University assistant basketball coach to three years of probation with no jail time in the one-punch death of a tourist from Florida. Jamill C. Jones, 37, was sentenced on Thursday for third-degree assault in the August 2018 homicide of 35-year-old Sandor Szabo in Queens. He had faced a maximum of one year in jail. Judge Joanne B. Watters explained in her ruling that a jail sentence would 'would only serve to punish Mr. Jones,' adding 'it is my opinion that Mr. Jones is repentant.' Watters cited the 'the positive impact Mr Jones has had on his community,' which according to his attorney, Eric Renfroe, included mentoring young black girls...
    Wisconsin Badgers athletic director Barry Alvarez painted a dark picture for fans in a Thursday message. In a message released to the Wisconsin faithful spread out across the world, Alvarez said the Badgers stand to lose “more than $100 million” in revenue because of coronavirus and that the “financial crisis threatens” Wisconsin’s “ability to sustain the success we’ve celebrated.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) You can read the full message below. “The experience we love as Badgers and the legacy of our extraordinary athletic department is at risk. “We will have two choices: remain at the head of the class or fall behind.” A message from Coach Alvarez pic.twitter.com/CRYkKzKlfj — Wisconsin Badgers ????...
    Kanye West's latest emotional breakdown was triggered by 'unresolved grief' over the death of the rapper's mother, claims the man who helped raise him. Ulysses Blakeley told The Sun that the 43-year-old Black Skinhead hitmaker is still feeling the loss of mom Donda West, who passed away following complications from plastic surgery procedures in 2007.  'It seems to be a sort of profound, unresolved grief. He feels some isolation,' the 69-year-old, who dated Donya, told the outlet.  RIP: Kanye West's latest emotional breakdown was triggered by 'unresolved grief' over the death of the rapper's mother, claims the man who helped raise him. Kanye and mom Donda seen here in 2007 Ulysses, who was the first man Donda dated after divorcing...
    New Yorkers are fueling a boom in home sales and rental activity outside of the city  after the coronavirus pandemic left them re-thinking its appeal and many professionals are now able to work remotely.   As COVID-19 gripped the metropolitan area in March, more than 400,000 residents fled Manhattan's wealthiest neighborhoods to take shelter in their vacation homes or elsewhere.   Many young working professionals also made the decision to return to their hometowns amid fears the city won't be able to bounce back to its former glory. New York City has since begun to get back on its feet amid a decline in COVID-19 cases, but real estate brokers and agents are now describing a red-hot market in the Hamptons and in picturesque...
    The gondolas are taking on water because passengers weigh more. Flickr / David Blaikie The capacity of Venice's gondolas is being reduced from six to five people due to the growing weight of tourists. The iconic boats have been taking on more water in recent years as visitors to the famous Italian city get bigger. "Tourists are now overweight. From some countries, bombs load [on to the boats]," Raoul Roveratto, the president of the association of substitute gondoliers, told La Repubblica. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. They're the most iconic symbol of one of the most famous cities in Italy, but Venice's gondolas are changing the way they work. Specifically, the capacity of the beloved boats...
    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has had an eventful career in the NFL so far. He is a Hall of Famer, which explains his on-field prowess. But at the same time, the 38-year old has been included in various off-field troubles over the years. His injuries never seemed to leave him at peace. Last year, he could only play two games for the Steelers in an injury-ridden season. READ MORE: NFL Players Embark on #WeWantToPlay Campaign Ahead of 2020 Season One thing is certain. Roethlisberger isn’t getting younger every day. In fact, the reality is completely opposite. His time of retirement might be nearer than he realizes. Back in 2018, when the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Mason Rudolph, Roethlisberger didn’t seem to...
    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...