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    Wednesday on Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) voiced his reaction to presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden’s selection of Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) as his running mate. Jordan said such a choice by Democrats suggests their vision for the country is modern-day San Francisco. “You know, all kinds of crazy left-wing policies and criticize President Trump,” he said. “Not like we haven’t seen this show before. I mean, think about what she said. The Democrat governors won’t let Americans go back to work, and then they blame President Trump for unemployment. I mean, it’s crazy, the policy. So Democrats won’t denounce the violence. Democrats won’t denounce the cancel culture mob. Democrats, they won’t denounce...
    Wednesday on MSNBC, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Republicans would have to come to the table to negotiate the next relief package because the coronavirus pandemic is “only going to get worse.” Pelosi said, “Well, let’s just say this, you see some of the statements of the Republicans saying they’re glad there’s no agreement because they don’t want to spend one more on any on this, and that’s maybe 20, 25 of the Republican senators. What the president did with his executive orders —I correct one of your distinguished colleagues who said Democrats are saying it’s unconstitutional slop, that was a Republican senator who said that.” She continued, “We are unified, House and Senate Democrats for the children, for...
    Southwest Airlines removes autistic boy and his family over face mask Taco Bell fans rush to order potatoes one last time before the chain eliminates 12 beloved menu items this week The Masters are being held in November, and the iconic Augusta National course is going to look much different © Getty Images / Andrew Redington Augusta National Golf Course is home to The Masters. Getty Images / Andrew Redington After being postponed for the coronavirus pandemic, The Masters will be held in November, without fans. Augusta National will look much different in the fall than it does in the spring. While Augusta National becomes dry and brown in the summer when the course is closed, in the...
    Deadline extended for U.S. farmers seeking federal aid from COVID-19 damage 15 Tips for Grocery Shopping at Kroger Are we really going to ask college football players to play TWO seasons in 2021? The Big Ten and Pac 12 may be ready to give up on football in the fall but they have yet to give up on the idea of playing out the 2019-20 season. Both conferences announced Tuesday they would be postponing fall sports with an aim to play out the season in the spring. It’s not unreasonable to expect other Power 5 leagues to follow suit. © Provided by For The Win The first logical question to ask is, “Will we have this pandemic under...
    President Donald Trump continues to argue in favor of proceeding with the 2020 college football season amid the pandemic, saying that players would not be at risk from coronavirus infection because they are in 'extraordinary shape.' 'You're not going to see people dying,' Trump told conservative Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis on Tuesday. 'And many people get it and they have — like kids they get it they have the sniffles. Young kids, almost none have a serious problem with it. 'I mean literally, you look, I think they said the state of California almost nobody that's young had a — like zero had a serious problem with this disease,' he continued. 'They get better very quickly, if they get...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – As many Texas students prepare to start the school year online, now more than ever access to the internet is essential. Last spring, an estimated 1.8 million students across Texas were not able to take part in the online learning because they did not have high-speed internet. North Texas school districts spent the summer working to address the issue but some parents say they still feel like they have to choose between their child’s health and their education. “I’d rather not risk sending my kids back to school but I don’t have a choice,” said Johanna Cadnea, a parent of two McKinney ISD high school students. “We don’t have reliable internet so they have to go back.”...
    RUMORS are swirling that Clare Crawley, Becca Kufrin and Tayshia Adams will all be the Bachelorettes running the new season. A Bachelor insider named thatsuitcaseguy on Twitter claims that producers are working out the details for the new season of The Bachelorette and that there will be three engagements. 11The new season of the Bachelorette had to halt filmingCredit: ABC Here is more on the new Bachelorette rumors and how the season will look. When was Clare Crawley announced as the Bachelorette and what happened during filming? Clare Crawley was announced as the new Bachelorette in March just before the coronavirus pandemic halted production plans for the season. The new season was set to film that month and air in...
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    Savannah Rychcik August 7, 2020 2 Comments President Donald Trump hinted on Twitter on Friday he is prepared to take executive action after Democrats and Republicans failed to reach an agreement on the next stimulus package. Trump claimed Democrats are only interested in one thing and Republicans are not willing to give into their demands. “Pelosi and Schumer only interested in Bailout Money for poorly run Democrat cities and states. Nothing to do with China Virus! Want one trillion dollars. No interest. We are going a different way!” Trump said. Pelosi and Schumer only interested in Bailout Money for poorly run Democrat cities and states. Nothing to do with China Virus! Want one trillion dollars. No interest. We are...
    Democratic leadership and Republican leaders failed to reach an agreement on coronavirus legislation Friday, which has prompted President Donald Trump to say he plans to go “a different way.” “Pelosi and Schumer only interested in Bailout Money for poorly run Democrat cities and states. Nothing to do with China Virus! Want one trillion dollars. No interest. We are going a different way,” said Trump. Pelosi and Schumer only interested in Bailout Money for poorly run Democrat cities and states. Nothing to do with China Virus! Want one trillion dollars. No interest. We are going a different way! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 7, 2020 Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) have been leading talks...
    More than 100 students have been sent home to quarantine for 14 days following news that several students and a staff member at a Mississippi school district tested positive for COVID-19, just a week after in-person classes resumed.  Six students and one staff member tested positive with the virus at the Corinth School District, according to spokesperson Taylor Coombs.  Coombs added that 116 students who had been in 'close contact' with a positive case have been sent home to quarantine, CNN reports.  Six students and one staff member tested positive with the virus at the Corinth School District, a week after in-person classes resumed The district has a student population of 2700.   In a letter posted to their Facebook...
    LOS ANGELES, - APRIL 09: Staples Center is illuminated in blue lights during the coronavirus pandemic on April 09, 2020 in Los Angeles, United States. Landmarks and buildings across the nation are displaying blue lights to show support for health care workers and first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images) Lawrence Tanter’s voice remains a part of Lakers games as a rare piece of normalcy in Orlando. There are many traditions missing from the NBA bubble, beyond just the fans in the stands. The Lakers have done something incredible to remedy those missing ingredients, through the work of public address announcer Lawrence Tanter. In a story from ESPN, the Lakers approached Tanter...
    Jim Harbaugh, Michigan Wolverines. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) Michigan football has been hosed when it comes to its Big Ten schedule.Michigan football fans can’t feel great about when the Ohio State football game is being played. Under normal circumstances, these two arch rivals meet in the early afternoon window two days after Thanksgiving, alternating between Ann Arbor, Michigan and Columbus, Ohio. With the Big Ten releasing its 2020 conference-only season schedule, Michigan fans have to be furious about when they draw the Buckeyes this year. Things can’t be going over well in Ann Arbor right now. The Big Ten has released their schedule. • 10-game, conference-only schedule • Begins Labor Day weekend • Each team has two bye...
    Nevada's new law requiring that all registered voters receive a mail-in ballot is an example of the "potential for fraud" cited by President Trump in recent weeks, Fox News contributor Karl Rove told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Tuesday. Rove told host and Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts that Trump is not objecting to mail-in voting per se, which the former George W. Bush adviser said has been "part of the American election process for years, for decades, for over a century." TRUMP VOWS LEGAL ACTION OVER NEVADA MAIL-IN VOTING PLAN However, Rove added, the president does have a problem with situations like that in Nevada, where state officials "approved sending a ballot -- not an application, but a ballot -- to everybody...
    NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 07: Chris Paul #3 and Dennis Schroder #17 of the Oklahoma City Thunder in action against the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center on January 07, 2020 in New York City. Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 111-103. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images) The Oklahoma City Thunder continually surprised this season and it could culminate in a playoff series victory. After Russell Westbrook and Paul George made their way out of Oklahoma City last summer, many thought the Thunder would fall apart. A...
    Schools in New York look likely to reopen for in-person classes in the fall amid COVID-19 outbreak. In an interview on WAMC Radio in Albany over the weekend, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that schools will be opening up for in-person learning as long as the infection rate continues to stay steady. Infection rates statewide has remained at approximately 1 percent for several weeks, though there have been occasional fluctuations in the numbers due to small spikes in some regions. "Yes, if things stay where they are today, we're going to open schools," Cuomo said during the interview. "If you see a shift, then it will be different. "Schools should plan on reopening," Cuomo added. Earlier story - COVID-19:...
    AleksandarGeorgiev | E+ | Getty Images The cost of higher education has been rising for decades, but the federal government's Pell Grants program has not kept up with the cost of college tuition.  Federal Pell Grants are the largest source of government-funded grants. The Department of Education anticipates giving 6.8 million students grants for the 2020-21 school year. The grants are awarded to undergraduate students displaying exceptional financial need, and are awarded solely based on financial need (grades and extracurricular activities are not factored in). Those most in need can qualify for the maximum allowable amount of $6,345.  For Americans living in the lowest income brackets, higher education offers a way up the socioeconomic ladder. While the Pell Grant has...
    The U.S. general manager of Chinese video sharing app TikTok has said that the service is 'not planning on going anywhere' after President Donald Trump vowed to ban it over security and privacy concerns. 'We're not planning on going anywhere,' said Vanessa Pappas in a video address on TikTok. 'When it comes to safety and security we're building the safest app because it's the right thing to do.' 'We are so proud of all the various communities who call TikTok home,' Pappas said, urging the app's millions of users to 'stand for TikTok.' Pappas claimed that the app employs 15,000 people in America, and plans to add an additional 10,000 jobs in the coming years. It follows Trump's vow to sign...
    This story is part of “Parenting in a Pandemic,” WTOP’s continuing coverage of how parents are dealing with childcare, schooling and more through the coronavirus pandemic. Parenting during a pandemic for many means overseeing virtual learning, and a Northern Virginia child psychiatrist has tips to help the process proceed smoothly. “First and foremost, it’s important to shop for back-to-school supplies,” Dr. Asha Patton-Smith, child and adolescent psychiatrist with Kaiser Permanente in Burke said. “For many kids, especially younger kids, that’s a very important aspect of returning to school.” Letting kids participate in either a trip to an office supply store or ordering supplies online for home delivery helps nurture excitement for what’s to come, and helps them adjust and transition...
    TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Gov. Phil Murphy warned Friday that he may pause or reverse New Jersey’s reopening as coronavirus cases continue to climb. “We still may be among the leaders in having the lower case numbers… but we are standing in a very dangerous place,” said Murphy. “The alarms are going off.” The statewide transmission rate rose to 1.35 in the last week from a spike in new COVID-19 cases, according to Murphy, who said that number will likely continue to grow as new data comes in. MORE: Concern Grows In New Jersey After Thousands Of New COVID-19 Cases Reported; A ‘Match Waiting To Hit The Powder Keg’ “We are not past this,” said Murphy. “Everyone who walks around...
    Esparraguera Town Council (Barcelona) He has opened a disciplinary file to three Local Police officers for the dissemination of several recordings in which they appear, during their work hours and dressed in uniform, “showing conduct that denotes little professionalism and may incur various serious offenses.” & nbsp; “data-reactid =” 18 “> The Esparraguera City Council (Barcelona) has opened a disciplinary file to three Local Police officers for the diffusion of several recordings in which they appear, in their working hours and dressed in uniform , “Showing conduct that denotes little professionalism and may incur various serious offenses.” This is what the Barcelona Consistory expresses in a statement in which they refer, among others, to this video, recorded in the...
    THERE'S nothing quite like bagging a bargain on items that would normally set you back a pretty penny. And one women knows a little something about this after scoring a huge range of curtain and bedding sets from B&M for the tiny price of 10p. 4These curtains are usually £35 but the shopper got them for just 10p eachCredit: Facebook The double bedding sets were originally priced at £25, while the versailles curtain packs were a whopping £35 each - but she bought five of each for a total of just £1, so saved herself a fortune. Absolutely chuffed with her finds, the woman shared a snap of her new items on the B&M stores and more...
    On Wednesday, South Dakota GOP Governor Kristi Noem, who has shown time and again she is utterly intimidated by political correctness, appeared on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” where she stated that South Dakota’s children would “definitely be in the classroom” for the school year, adding, “Our kids need to be in school.” Noem stated bluntly, “Well, the science is clear. Our kids need to be in school. It’s better for them; we’ve got a lot of kids that haven’t checked in since this virus hit. It’s really our most vulnerable population that needs to be back in those classrooms.” Host Ainsley Earhardt asked, “Many of us are trying to plan the rest of our lives; we are all just...
    These days, Los Angeles acting teacher Deryn Warren balances her pain with her fear. She’s a bladder cancer patient who broke her wrist in November. She still needs physical therapy for her wrist, and she’s months late for a cancer follow-up. But Warren won’t go near a hospital, even though she says her wrist hurts every day. “If I go back to the hospital, I’ll get COVID. Hospitals are full of COVID people,” says Warren, a former film director and author of the book “How to Make Your Audience Fall in Love With You.” “Doctors say, ‘Come back for therapy,’ and my answer is, ‘No thank you.’” Many, many patients like Warren are shunning hospitals and clinics. The coronavirus has...
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    Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, has said that information President Donald Trump receives in coronavirus briefings does not match some of the facts on the ground. Fauci, speaking with ABC News for a 20/20 primetime special set to air on Tuesday night, was asked why some parts of the country are still struggling to get adequate testing and personal protective equipment. 'We keep hearing when we go to these task force meetings that these [issues] are being corrected,' Fauci said, according to a preview of the interview from Good Morning America. 'But yet when you go into the trenches, you still hear about that.'  Fauci said he does not have a 'good answer' and 'cannot explain' the...
    The legal team for Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann threatened new legal action on Monday against CNN after the network’s senior media reporter Brian Stelter and contributor Asha Rangappa were accused of violating a confidentiality agreement stemming from a lawsuit that CNN settled with Sandmann earlier this year. Sandmann filed a series of lawsuits against media companies in response to being smeared over an encounter that he had with Omaha tribe elder Nathan Phillips in January 2019 that falsely portrayed Sandmann as an aggressor. Sandmann’s legal team settled a $250 million defamation lawsuit last week against The Washington Post and settled a $275 million lawsuit against CNN in January. Sandmann attorney Lin Wood slammed Stelter on Monday after...
    Players on both teams take a knee before the first game of the abbreviated 2020 baseball season. Somehow, 2020 seems to have just barely begun, and also to have been 10,000 years long. Does anyone remember the United States squaring off with Iran in an abortive war that involved American missiles blowing up a Iranian general and Iran mistakenly blowing a Ukrainian airliner out of the sky? Yeah, believe it or not, that was this year. Adam Schiff’s impassioned speech to the Senate, leaving everything on the field as he begged for a single witness before Republicans handed Donald Trump a free pass? Also 2020. Trump getting the president of South Korea to ferry a birthday card to Kim Jong-un? Nancy Pelosi...
    "My stomach is growling and I have a headache," said Sheila Ritter, 51.Sheila Reiter Sheila Ritter was laid off from her job as a security guard on March 14, the same day as her oldest daughter's birthday. Affording enough food to feed her family has been a struggle for Ritter, who lives in Denver, ever since.  "It's devastated us," she said of the pandemic. In the last 48 hours, Ritter, 51, has eaten just a bowl of oatmeal and a hot dog.  "My stomach is growling and I have a headache," she said. "Most of our conversations are, 'When are we getting something else to eat?' And, 'Mom I'm hungry.'"  More From Invest in You:It's a tough outlook for graduates in...
    New York Times Said to Pay About $25 Million for Serial Productions Watch as We LS3-Swap a Restomod 1967 Chevy Nova in 1 Week What Matters: Face it. Most kids are not going to school next month This might be the most obvious thing in the world, but parents need to come to grips with the fact that their kids probably aren't going to be in classrooms this fall. © Octavio Jones/Getty Images Middle-school teacher Brittany Myers takes part in a protest Thursday in front of the Hillsborough County Schools District Office in Tampa, Florida. There will be exceptions, sure, in places where schools do open for normal hours or something close to it. There will be...
    (CNN)This might be the most obvious thing in the world, but parents need to come to grips with the fact that their kids probably aren't going to be in classrooms this fall. There will be exceptions, sure, in places where schools do open for normal hours or something close to it. There will be kids who go part-time (this is becoming known as the "hybrid" option). But it's becoming clear that a large portion of the country's kids won't be in class and parents need to start planning for that if they haven't already. What this will look like. There will be some who fight their way onto private school lists. There will be people who threaten to move to...
    Getty Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving teamed up on the Nets. The Brooklyn Nets will seem within the NBA Finals subsequent yr, Daniel Artest informed me on at present’s episode of the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Daniel Artest dropped by TODAY’s EPISODE of the Scoop B Radio Podcast: https://t.co/IIB1xFSEyy We mentioned his podcast, predictions of the NBA’s resume whether or not he calls his brother @MettaWorld37 Metta or Ron & his ideas on the state of the New York Knicks. ENJOY! https://t.co/EZ0GKVOCLE pic.twitter.com/iiWL9hHRA8 —
    Getty Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving teamed up on the Nets. The Brooklyn Nets will appear in the NBA Finals next year, Daniel Artest told me on today’s episode of the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Daniel Artest dropped by TODAYs EPISODE of the Scoop B Radio Podcast: https://t.co/IIB1xFSEyy We discussed his podcast, predictions of the NBAs resume whether he calls his brother @MettaWorld37 Metta or Ron & his thoughts on the state of the New York Knicks. ENJOY! https://t.co/EZ0GKVOCLE pic.twitter.com/iiWL9hHRA8 —
    KHLOE Kardashian said to ‘keep going no matter how bad things are right now’ as Kanye West talks about a possible divorce from her older sister, Kim Kardashian. Kim and Kris Jenner - the targets of Kanye's attacks - have remained quiet on social media. 14 Khloe Kardashian seemingly supported her sister with a series of quotes on social mediaCredit: E! 14 She first talked about needing to keep goingCredit: Instagram Khloe, 36, took to Instagram to share an inspirational message with her followers - though it seemed like she shared specifically for her sister Kim K to see. "Keep going. No matter how stuck you are," the quote read. "No matter how bad things are. No matter how many...
    Trust Kangana Ranaut to find ways to stay in news, even when theatres are in lockdown. The National award winning actress recently gave an interview to Arnab Goswami, the editor-chief of Republic TV, where she spoke about the conspiracies surrounding Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide and how the lobbies have involved in his death. She blamed nepotism and production houses of YRF and Dharma as a reason why Sushant took the fatal step. She also targetted the likes of Swara Bhasker and Taapsee Pannu calling them B-Grade actresses. Anurag Kashyap Claims He Helped Aanand L Rai When Kangana Ranaut’s Tanu Weds Manu Was Stalled (Read Tweets) The clips of the interviews have gone viral, with her supporters hailing her for her...
    City officials in Jacksonville say the GOP moved the Republican National Convention to the Florida city too late and they're likely not to pull it off.  'If I were them, I'd start thinking about going virtual or scaling down even more than they've done,' Jacksonville City Council President Thomas Hazouri told the Miami Herald.  Jacksonville's Sheriff Mike Williams warned that they were 'past the point of no return' of being able to get proper security protocols in place to host a widely attended, in-person convention starring the president of the United States.  President Trump pushed for the Republican National Convention to be moved to a city that would allow a full convention, with planning in works to have it in...
    A potential scammer appears to be using Hong Kong’s protest movement to solicit donations from users on Twitter. Hide A Twitter account impersonating Carrie Lam Cheng, Hong Kong’s chief executive, has been seeking funds for an organization known as “Free Hong Kong.” Hide @carrielamcheng/Twitter Lam, who has served as Hong Kong’s leader since 2017, is a controversial figure given her opposition to pro-democracy candidates and imprisonment of political activists.  Hide The account has sent out numerous links to a PayPal profile while simultaneously sending users DMs looking for financial support. Given that Lam is pro-China, it seems paradoxical a Twitter account in her name would be raising funds for Hong Kong’s freedom, especially by DMing random people. “Even your small...
    TIKTOK "witches" cast a spell on the moon on Sunday night that could bring bad luck for all life forms dependent on the moon’s energy. The group is going viral for not only casting “evil” spells on the moon but for also claiming that hexing the sun could be next. 8 The witch community on TikTok are known as 'WitchTok'Credit: Getty Images - Getty Here is more about the TikTok witches. What is the ‘Witches Moon Hex’? The Witches Moon Hex are spells TikTok witches are trying to cast toward the moon. Twitter user Jupiter wrote that a hex had been put on the moon by baby witches, which could be bad luck to those who rely on the moon’s natural...
    On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” President Donald Trump said he opposed renaming military bases that were named for Confederate leaders. Partial transcript as follows: WALLACE: This week you said that Black Lives Matter and the Confederate flag are both matters, issues of freedom of speech. TRUMP: Yeah. WALLACE: But in the case of the Confederate flag, there are a lot of people who say these were traitors who split from this country, fought this country in large part to preserve slavery. Is the Confederate flag offensive? TRUMP: It depends on who you’re talking about, when you’re talking about. When people – when people proudly have their Confederate flags, they’re not talking about racism. They love their...
    President Donald Trump remained insistent during his big interview with Chris Wallace that he opposes renaming military bases that were named for Confederate leaders, despite current top U.S. military officials expressing an openness to the idea. Wallace asked him, “In the case of the Confederate flag, there are a lot of people who say these were traitors who split from this country, fought this country in large part to preserve slavery. Is the Confederate flag offensive?” “It depends on who you’re talking about, when you’re talking about,” the president said. “When people proudly have their Confederate flags, they’re not talking about racism. They love their flag, it represents the South, they like the South. People right now like the...
    Trump turns White House into backdrop for political events Verge to stay at Arizona State, removes name from NBA draft The Walking Dead comics are going to be released in color for the first time starting in October © Image/Skybound "The Walking Dead" comic series will be re-released in color with all new covers. Image/Skybound "The Walking Dead" comics will be released in color for the first time starting October 7. Robert Kirkman made the announcement during his Skybound Xpo event. Each issue will feature a deep dive into the comic featuring some of Kirkman's hand-written original versions of the plot from his long-awaited "The Cutting Room Floor." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Walking Dead"...
    "The Walking Dead" comic series will be re-released in color with all new covers. Image/Skybound "The Walking Dead" comics will be released in color for the first time starting October 7. Robert Kirkman made the announcement during his Skybound Xpo event. Each issue will feature a deep dive into the comic featuring some of Kirkman's hand-written original versions of the plot from his long-awaited "The Cutting Room Floor." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Walking Dead" comics are going to be released in color for the first time starting in October.  Creator Robert Kirkman made the announcement during Skybound Xpo, a virtual convention celebrating the company. "Coming in October, I'm very excited about this, we have...
    DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 23: New England Patriots linebacker Ja'Whaun Bentley (51) plays defense during a regular season game between the New England Patriots and the Detroit Lions on September 23, 2018 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) With all of the turnover that occurred on offense, the Pats must rely on their defense this upcoming season. As the New England Patriots were going through the 2019 NFL season as the defending world champions, something just did not seem right about their offense. Without star tight end Rob Gronkowski, the Pats passing game struggled with an aging Tom Brady under center who looked nothing like the amazing quarterback he had been...
    Heavy/Getty Roughly two dozen accused MS-13 gang members were named in multiple indictments across the country following investigations from various government agencies, including the FBI, Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI); the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and local police departments. Indictments were handed down in Nevada and New York and individuals were targeted in a number of high-profile positions and crimes. For example, federal prosecutors are pursuing the death penalty for one alleged MS-13 member’s involvement in the 2016 murders of Kayla Cuevas and Nisa Mickens. Another is being accused of ordering murders in the U.S. from El Salvador. Here’s what you need to know:1. MS-13 Is A Notoriously Violent GangWhy...
    North Carolina schools are "going to do the best [they] can" to reopen come fall amid the coronavirus pandemic, Beaufort County Superintendent Matthew Cheeseman assured Thursday. In an interview on "America's Newsroom," Cheeseman told host John Roberts while they would "love" to have students five days a week, under current conditions, it's going to be "really difficult to do." RUBIO SAYS 'COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS' NEEDED ON OPENING SCHOOLS: WE CANNOT 'ELIMINATE' 100 PERCENT OF RISK "So, any face-to-face instruction that we can possibly muster at this moment, we think it’s going to be best for our students," he said. In this Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 photo, math is taught to high school students during a class at the Karnes County Residential Center, a temporary home for immigrant women and...
    I don’t last too long in “closed Facebook groups” on community/local issues because usually the admins prohibit political discussion in these forums, on the sensible assumption that these would otherwise degenerate into vitriolic bloodbaths, permanently hampering or killing all discussion. I have nothing but awe and admiration for my friends who manage to navigate such forums with grace and equanimity, but I’ve simply accepted that it would probably be best if I didn’t even try to do that at this point. Having said that, I’ve managed to lurk around one recently, involving a group of suburban parents—Republicans and Democrats–trying to intelligently address the subject of our township’s plans to open up our public schools in six weeks. After a while...
    Paul DeJong #11 of the St. Louis Cardinals (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) Coming off an NL Central division title in 2019, the St. Louis Cardinals are looking to build up their momentum in 2020. The 2020 MLB season is basically a crapshoot all the way around. With a 60-game schedule and players saying they are sitting out, this is the perfect year for young, up-and-coming teams and established teams to stake their claims at the top of league. One of those teams to look out for is the St. Louis Cardinals. The schedule is a key part to the Cards’ 2020 season. With 40 games against division rivals and 20 in interleague play against the AL Central, there is...
    Former New York Times editor Jill Abramson traded barbs with “Outnumbered Overtime” host Harris Faulkner. Abramson suggested during her Wednesday appearance that the abrupt exit of opinion editor Bari Weiss was more “molehill” than mountain — especially when taken alongside the other news of the day — and seemed to imply that people in the newsroom had not treated Weiss any differently than she may have treated others. WATCH: “Jill, you and I tend to come together at these moments, when there is crisis at the Times,” Faulkner began. “Talk to me about this particular one, and the importance of now your — wider public understanding, potentially, that there is a quieting of centrist and conservative views in the...
    The departure of former New York Times opinion editor and columnist Bari Weiss does not signal a silencing of moderate or conservative voices at the paper, former New York Times editor Jill Abramson said Wednesday. In an interview on "Outnumbered Overtime" with host Harris Faulkner, Abramson assured that there are diverse voices contributing to the Times. JOE CONCHA: BARI WEISS' RESIGNATION LETTER EXPOSES 'PATENTLY TOXIC' CULTURE AT NY TIMES "And before my departure, I spent an awful lot of my time as executive editor – when I would speak publicly – defending the Times from charges that it was a big supporter of the Iraq war and was carrying water for George W. Bush's administration," she said. "So, that was a ridiculous charge now. And, the idea that The New York Times is edited by a cabal of left-wing journalists is...
    Washington — Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, a close ally of President Trump, defended Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday amid efforts by top White House officials to discredit him, warning attempts to undercut Fauci would be unproductive. During a press conference in Columbia, South Carolina, Graham told reporters he has "all the respect in the world for Dr. Fauci," the nation's leading infectious disease expert and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.  "I think any effort to undermine him is not going to be productive, quite frankly," the senator said. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Graham said the nation does not have "a Dr. Fauci problem" and instead needs "to be...
    Glees Kevin McHale Honors Talented Naya Rivera: Im Thankful She Became Like Family Stocks Fluctuate as Earnings Kick Off; Oil Falls: Markets Wrap CBT Podcast: So are we going to have a college basketball season? Rob Dauster and Bobby Reagan are back to talk through … well, to talk about whether or not the Coronavirus pandemic is going to cause us to lose out on a college basketball season. Depressing, I know. © Getty Images CBT Podcast: So are we going to have a college basketball season? originally appeared on NBCSports.com Continue Reading Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours.
    Mark McCloskey, the homeowner who defended his St. Louis home recently from a large mob of demonstrators, told Fox News on Monday that he excepts to be “indicted shortly.” The segment came after St. Louis law enforcement officials served a warrant on the McCloskeys late last week and confiscated the rifle that he used to defend his home. “The police were really very professional and very nice,” McCloskey said. “The cops that came out to issue the search warrant on us, they were almost apologetic. They didn’t want to have to be there. They were doing their job. Patty wanted to take a picture to document it and she asked if they wouldn’t mind facing away from the camera so...
    Baseball players are creatures of habit, often chained to some superstitions and in-game quirks. They spit, high-five, lick. They get close even if the sport is naturally distanced. When tensions mount, one stink eye or misguided pitch can ignite a brawl. Now, baseball players will have to curb all their habits and quirks and put aside some superstition in the name of health. “Last thing we want to do is be one of the teams that cause a problem and put this thing at risk,” A’s third baseman Matt Chapman said. With a week remaining in camp, how are the A’s managing with the habit kicking? No more finger licking, spitting Frankie Montas felt his...
    An Alaska Airlines flight to Chicago had to turn back to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport after a passenger threatened to kill everyone onboard. The incident began Saturday night shortly after the plane took off when a man on the flight began walking up and down the aisle screaming, “I will kill everybody, accept it!” according to the Seattle Times. Two passengers, including a law enforcement officer and a flight attendant apprehended and subdued the suspect while he repeatedly yelled, “Die in the name of Jesus!” according to video obtained by the Seattle Times.  (Related: EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: Fighter Jets Escort American Plane After Someone Tried To Break Into Cockpit) D.C. resident Erik was a passenger on the Alaska 422 flight and told...
    SALT LAKE CITY, UT - FEBRUARY 26: Jayson Tatum #0 of the Boston Celtics looks on during a game against the Utah Jazz at Vivint Smart Home Arena on February 26, 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images) The Boston Celtics have eight players under 26. The Boston Celtics have been preparing for the future for a long time. Ever since the monumental trade that sent away Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry for three unprotected picks, the Celtics have been waiting for this moment. The...
    Green businesses are booming in Ho Chi Minh, where a young, highly connected population, a well-priced programmer’s nursery, and a promising sector in a country especially vulnerable to climate change, have made this city the Southeast Silicon Valley Asian. Le Thanh had an idea: make footwear from the coffee grounds and sell it online. He launched ShoeX in 2017 and his initiative caught the eye in the Vietnamese edition of the famous reality show “Shark Tank”, in which entrepreneurs invest in promising projects. He obtained $ 200,000 (180,000 euros). In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, the company, very flexible, stopped manufacturing sports shoes in April to focus on reusable protective masks with a biodegradable filter, always based on coffee....
    U.S. President Trump visits Iglesia Doral Jesus Worship Center in Doral, Florida Reuters Coronavirus death rates are on the rise amid a recent uptick of cases in states including California, Arizona, Florida, and Texas. In response to the resurgence in cases, President Donald Trump told Noticias Telemundo these states "are going to be fine" and will "have it under control very quickly." More than 3.1 million Americans have been infected with the coronavirus and at least 133,906 have died, according to data compiled by The New York Times.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Coronavirus deaths are once again on the rise amid a surge of confirmed cases in states like Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida —...
    Savannah Rychcik July 10, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is taking a swing at states led by Democrats as protests calling for the end to police brutality and racial injustice continue across the nation. During a roundtable event in Florida on Friday, Trump made his feelings clear about how Democrats are responding to the social unrest. “When you see what’s going on in some of these Democrat-run cities, all Democrat-run cities, in every case, they’re going to hell,” Trump said. He added, “And we’re doing a lot of things to get that changed and we’re going to get it changed very quickly.”Watch his comments below: President Trump: "All Democrat-run cities, in every case, they're going to hell." pic.twitter.com/dWumVmEnAN— The...
    New York (CNN Business)Sportico CEO Dick Glover thought Labor Day would be the perfect time to launch a new trade publication about the sports business. It's when college football and the NFL seasons are in full swing, as is golf, the US Open and baseball. Hockey and basketball training camps are just getting started.This was Glover's plan back in February, before the coronavirus pandemic triggered the cancellation of professional sports and other live events. Instead of panicking, however, Glover saw an opportunity and seized it: He decided to fast-track Sportico's launch and bump it up to Fourth of July."We saw an incredible thirst for information, a lot of parched mouths so to speak, in the sports world," Glover told CNN...
    Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle said her coronavirus diagnosis is a “blessing from God” in  during a Trump campaign video Wednesday. Guilfoyle said on the Trump campaign show “The Right View” that testing positive has helped her to “understand what other people are going through and those who have lost loved ones,” according to the Hill. Guilfoyle, a member of the Trump campaign, tested positive for the coronavirus July 3 ahead of President Donald Trump’s Mount Rushmore Fourth of July speech. (Related: Exclusive: Kimberly Guilfoyle Reveals What It’s Like Being Close To The Trumps) After briefly talking about her diagnosis, Guilfoyle said she empathizes with families coping with the coronavirus, she told “The Right View.” “As many of you...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Even though summer is just getting going, the upcoming school year is on many parents’ minds. When students go back to class, it’s likely they’ll be wearing masks for most of the day. In his latest Max Minute report, CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez has more on what you can do to help your child get ready for in-person learning in the coronavirus age. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Ask Dr. Max Your Health Questions How Make Your Own DIY Face Mask How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves Tips For Parents To Help Kids Cope Chopper 2 Over Empty NYC Streets, Landmarks Complete Coronavirus Coverage...
    YOU'RE more likely to become infected with coronavirus by having a drink at a bar with friends or attending a large church gathering, according to doctors in Texas. The Texas Medical Association released a chart on Wednesday that compares the risk levels for popular activities in relation to COVID-19. 10 Going to a bar poses the highest risk of contracting the coronavirus, according to a list published by Texas doctors on WednesdayCredit: AFP or licensors 10 Of the 37 activities ranked on the list, filling up at the gas station is on the lower endCredit: AFP - Getty Shopping at the mall, grabbing takeout from a restaurant, filling up at a gas station, playing tennis, and going camping pose low...
    President Donald Trump speaking in Washington, DC, on Saturday during a July 4 event.Patrick Semansky/AP For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters.The Trump administration is giving a draconian choice to foreign students at schools that plan to offer only online courses this fall: Quickly transfer to a school with in-person classes or leave the country. The new policy announced on Monday by Immigration and Customs Enforcement comes as colleges debate how to safely reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Some schools are resuming in-person courses; others are adopting hybrid models that combine in-person and online courses; and some are going fully online.  With classes set to begin in September, it’s not clear how students would be able...
    As lockdown restrictions begin to relax across the world, Twitter users have shared the things they'll miss the most about staying home during the coronavirus crisis.  This weekend the UK saw bars, restaurants and hairdressers re-open as lockdown was eased - while in the US, each individual state has introduced their own coronavirus safety measures.    As certain parts of life return to normality, many have reflected on what they'll miss about lockdown, after the unprecedented pandemic allowed people to take a break from their regular busy lives.  Using the hashtag #ThingsIWillMissAboutLockdown,  the examples include having more time to spend with your pet while working at home, to not feeling the need to wake up and do a full face of make-up...
    Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Washington Post opinion writer Jennifer Rubin argued President Donald Trump’s recent speeches were a “hateful,” attempt to go to war with fellow Americans. Rubin said, “I think he’s in a desperate position, and it seems as though he’s not even trying right now. When you look at polls, not only is Biden substantially ahead, but he’s over 50% in many of these polls. That means in order to win, Trump has to win back those voters. But he’s not winning back anyone. He is basically playing to that core group of voters who thrive on racial grievance, on resentment on fear. By approaching it in this way, he’s really cutting off any hope of ever...
    Coronavirus updates: Trump, America celebrate Independence Day weekend amid COVID-19 surge As Black buying power grows, racial profiling by retailers remains persistent problem Your HelloGiggles Weekly Horoscope, July 5th to July 11th: Major changes are going to occur. Are you ready to rock? Although the stars are quiet, this week brings major changes to your life. The lunar eclipse in Capricorn on July 5th asks you to embrace your emotions—the good, the bad, and the ugly. You will be able to understand your sentiments on a deeper level than ever before. July 8th brings an intense clash between Mercury, which is retrograde in emotional Cancer, and passionate Mars, which is fired up in Aries. Arguments may reach a new...
    The Washington Redskins could be sporting a new team name this fall, if and when the 2020 NFL season begins. Calls have been growing for the team to change its name in light of the recent protests against racial injustice and police brutality. Team owner Dan Snyder has resisted calls in the past to have the team name changed due to racist connotations, but the team announced on Friday that it would review the name. “In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community, the Washington Redskins are announcing the team will undergo a thorough review of the team’s name,” the team said in a statement. “This review formalizes the initial discussions the team has been...
    (CNN)The Washington Redskins could be sporting a new team name this fall, if and when the 2020 NFL season begins.Calls have been growing for the team to change its name in light of the recent protests against racial injustice and police brutality.Washington Redskins will review name, team saysTeam owner Dan Snyder has resisted calls in the past to have the team name changed due to racist connotations, but the team announced on Friday that it would review the name."In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community, the Washington Redskins are announcing the team will undergo a thorough review of the team's name," the team said in a statement. "This review formalizes the initial discussions the...
    The 2010s decade gave birth to a spectacular dynasty in the NBA. When Steve Kerr took over the Golden State Warriors in 2014, he magically transformed them into a championship-winning team. Fans of the Bay team enjoyed a refreshing a few years as their team became frequent entrants in the NBA finals.  Is it the management style of Steve Kerr or the combined brilliance of the stars present in the team? What made the Warriors so great that they astonishingly broke the fabled regular-season record set by the Chicago Bulls?  The team broke a plethora of records upon taking control of the league. But, they received a massive reality check in this season. Huge injury blows to the Splash Brothers...
    Barcelona mayor Ada Colau said Thursday that she doesn’t support removing the city’s Christopher Columbus statue, but does want a discussion about the history behind it, the Associated Press reported. “We are not going to rewrite history, but we have to explain history in its entirety because history was usually told by the winners and has avoided telling about the bloodshed, the exploitation and the slavery also associated with that age,” Colau told the Associated Press. Her comments come after activists have called to tear down statues to the Confederacy and other historical figures. Nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died in Minneapolis Police custody after an officer kneeled on his neck, sparked the...
    Vanilla Ice Fourth of July weekend concert in Texas is canceled A 19-year-old McDonalds worker was assaulted after asking a customer to wear a mask, revealing a growing crisis in the restaurant industry Forget a Quarantinerback, NFL Franchises Are Going to Need Entire Quaranteams This Season The 2020 NFL season is going to be interesting. Any league holding a season in the face of a pandemic knows it's going to take fortitude and ingenuity. Moving forward under these conditions means the NFL is going to have change their rules about the size of active rosters or practice squads because if there is a season players are going to test positive for COVID-19 and miss time. This is something coaches...
    A polyamorous couple has revealed how they fell in love with another woman and became a triad, but they admit critics have told them they are disrespecting the Lord' and 'going to hell' because of their three-way relationship. Insurance supervisor, Shayla Oliphant, 26, from Phoenix, Arizona, met senior driver, James Bolden, 28, from Memphis, Tennessee, in high school. The two dated for a while before drifting apart but then resumed the relationship in 2015. After four years of dating, the couple decided to switch things up and spoke about extending the relationship. The two met manager trainee, Shantay Nelson, 30, also from Phoenix, and the group began their life as a triad in 2019. Throuple: Shayla Oliphant (right) and James...
    Dan Patrick had no problem trusting medical expertise when he was a Houston talk radio host seeking a ratings boost by undergoing a vasectomy live on his show.  “The ratings skyrocketed,” Patrick reported after the 1991 stunt. But now that Patrick has parlayed his radio fame into becoming Texas lieutenant governor, he says he will not even listen to the nation’s leading infectious disease expert in the face of a raging pandemic.
    ODESSA, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week ordered bars in the state to close the second time during the pandemic. But that’s not stopping the owner of a bar in Odessa from welcoming customers during the July 4 holiday weekend. “The government has no business telling us how to deal with our health. That’s what we’re here for,” Gabrielle Ellison, owner of Big Daddy Zane’s, told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on Wednesday. Several bar owners in the state, including Ellison, are suing Abbott after he ordered bars to close again June 26 as the state’s number of COVID-19 cases skyrocketed. Ellison’s customers “also have their rights,” she said. “I’m not going to take theirs away from them like...
    (CNN)Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week order bars in the state to reclose. But that's not stopping the owner of a bar in Odessa from welcoming customers during the July 4 holiday weekend."The government has no business telling us how to deal with our health. That's what we're here for," Gabrielle Ellison, owner of Big Daddy Zane's, told CNN's Brooke Baldwin on Wednesday.Several bar owners in the state, including Ellison, are suing Abbott after he ordered bars to reclose June 26 as the state's number of Covid-19 cases skyrocketed.Ellison's customers "also have their rights," she said. "I'm not going to take theirs away from them like mine are being taken away right now."Texas and Florida bar owners closing their doors...
    Sam Rutherford2 minutes ago•Filed to:Galaxy Note 20 Goes CopperGalaxy Note 20 Goes CopperGalaxy Note 20Galaxy Note 20+Note 20+smartphonesAndroidconsumer techSaveNew leaked images from Samsung’s Russian website suggest that this is Galaxy Note 20. Photo: Samsung (Other) While Samsung still hasn’t officially announced the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung’s Russian website may have just let the cat out of the bag by inadvertently posting photos of the Note 20 featuring an enchanting copper finish. Unfortunately, it’s still a bit unclear if this is actually the Galaxy Note 20 or not, though it seems quite likely. The potential slip-up was first spotted by noted leaker Ishan Agarwal, after visiting the page for ourselves, Gizmodo can confirm that these pics are being hosted on...
    BOSTON (CBS) — When the Celtics needed a new point guard to lead their franchise last summer, they turned to Kemba Walker, who was coming off a nine-year run as the face of the Hornets in Charlotte. Fast forward to this summer. When the Patriots needed a new quarterback to lead their franchise, they turned to another star from Carolina who had been the face of its franchise to the past nine years: Cam Newton. For Walker, it is quite the coincidence. “When I heard the news, it’s just crazy that both of us came the same year. We both spent the same amount of time and then came to Boston. It’s insane to me,” he told Boston reporters on...
    I don’t know why, but yesterday was a day for Google peripherals. There were three or four pieces of news that were all harbingers of future products that you might use in conjunction with an Android phone. But while it’s getting easy to divine what’s going to happen with Android phones thanks to all the leaks, it’s still very unclear what Google really intends to do with watches, smart glasses, or even its Stadia controller. Google’s hardware division acquired the smart glasses company North — which comes on the heels of the last year’s Fitbit acquisition. This is a weird one! Google still makes Glass, but has specified that it’s meant mainly for industrial purposes. North made a valiant...
    Coronavirus — Pablo Ibar continues fighting from Okeechobe prison to defend his absolute innocence of the triple crime committed in Miramar in 1994, for which he was sentenced to life in prison by a popular jury after local police claimed it was Ibar who appeared in a video recorded at the crime scene alluding to a face of Latino origin. The nephew of boxer Urtain also wanted to talk about this decision and the risk of coronavirus in prison in a video broadcast by the Pablo Ibar Association. Ibar expressed the risk of contracting the coronavirus in prison. Despite acknowledging that he has had no problems in this regard, he denounces the risk to which prisoners are exposed in...
    The Huawei P40 Pro is already on sale. We tell you some things you should know before taking out your wallet. The Huawei P40 series – which includes the P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro Plus phones – has already been released in Europe and other territories and arrives with the hope of facing Samsung’s Galaxy S20, Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro, and the OnePlus 8. Huawei P40 Pro. Photo: Agencia Reforma. The phone is available for about $ 1,120, but due to the ban on Huawei products in the United States, it is not officially for sale in that country. This prohibition also implies that the phone does not use Google applications, including access to the Google...
    Daniel Jones, New York Giants. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) These five NFL franchises could have the No. 1 overall pick here shortly. Even the losers get lucky sometimes. Most of you know how it feels to root for a bad football team. We’re not trying to be mean here, but if you ain’t first, you’re last. If someone’s getting better, it only means someone else is getting worse. The NFL is a league of parity, as it’s designed that way. If your favorite team is festering garbage, your favorite incompetent franchise will be rewarded with top draft selections. Last year, the Cincinnati Bengals were the equivalent of toothless stuffed animals out there on fall Sundays. They looked terrible and...
    Tuesday on ABC’s “The View,” former second lady Jill Biden predicted “a lot of Republicans” would vote for her husband, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in November. Co-host Meghan McCain said, “As you know, Republicans are very tribal. Trump says that he has a 96% approval rating in the Republican Party. He’s predicting a big win because of the silent majority, which we know from 2016 does exist. How can you counter what he’s saying?” Biden said, “Well, you know, I think, Meghan, I have a little bit of a different slant on it. From what I’ve seen, a lot of Republicans are going to vote for Joe. You know, they’ve been saying it. Maybe they’re not saying it...
    BOSTON (CBS) — It shouldn’t take long for Blaze Jordan to become a fan favorite among Red Sox fans, whether it’s because of his unique name or ability to hit some towering homers. Chances are it’s going to be the homers, since the 17-year-old Mississippi native launches some absolute bombs. A third-round pick by Boston in this year’s MLB Draft, Jordan has already envisioned sending a few over the Green Monster at Fenway Park. “I have never been to Fenway before so I’m looking forward to being able to see it some day. I definitely have been dreaming of it and thinking about [sending one over the wall] a whole lot,” Jordan told WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche. “I was definitely dreaming...
    The Minnesota Twins on Monday decided to switch the roles for two of its older coaches out of an abundance of caution as the team prepares for the coronavirus pandemic-shortened season. Major League coach Bill Evers and bullpen coach Bob McClure are expected to have remote roles for the upcoming season, team officials told reporters during a conference call, according to MLB.com. Evers, 66, and McClure, 68, are considered to be in the high-risk category of people who could contract and suffer from the virus. A LONG-OVERDUE 'TIP OF THE CAP' TO BASEBALL'S BLACK PIONEERS “I think we all know that we're making the right decision and also noting that doesn’t mean it feels good,” Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — George Floyd’s family faced the officers who are charged in his death for the first time Monday, as they watched from the front row of the courtroom. “This is absolutely insane that we are all gathered here to talk about my nephew being murdered, a damn madman in the middle of the street,” Selwyn Jones said. George Floyd’s uncle came to sit front row. “I walk in the courthouse and it was a room full of white old men and it’s not gonna be fair for my nephew to get a fair trial, I just believe,” Selwyn Jones said. George’s Aunt has her doubts, too. “I think my nephew’s case is going to be a fight,” Angela...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Back in school, whenever possible. That’s the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics in new guidance about back-to-school. The organization is strongly advocating that children be in the classroom come fall. And, according to recently-published guidance and pediatrician Nicole Corrigan-Garrett, it’s for more than just educational reasons. “We have more benefits of our children going to school for social, emotional and academic stability than staying home,” said Dr. Corrigan-Garrett, who practices at Pediatric Associates of Dallas. “We know that kids tend to be less symptomatic when they have Covid, and a lot of them are asymptomatic completely, and the early data is showing they’re less contagious because of that.” The guidance says there is already evidence...
    PHOTO VIA PAM BONDI TWITTER @PAMBONDIAs the number of COVID-19 cases continue to spike, Democrats, such as presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden, are advocating for the mandatory wearing of masks. While some arguments against the proposal focus on public health objections, former Attorney General Pam Bondi believes that Biden’s proposal is really a harbinger of Marxist totalitarianism. “What’s it similar to? In Cuba, where Castro makes all school-aged children wear a Pioneer Scarf,” Bondi said Friday night on Fox News’ Hannity. “What’s going to be next? Banning guns,” Bondi added. “The first words out of his mouth are talking about making every American wear a mask.” Bondi said that was part of the Biden “socialist agenda,” a creed the Delaware Democrat purportedly shares with “Bernie...
    Coronavirus — Mexicans are “about to get out of the pandemic” of COVID-19, so the economy “needs to revive,” López Obrador said Monday. Mexicans are “about to get out of the pandemic” of COVID-19, so that the economy “needs to revive”, affirmed this Monday the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador. “We are about to get out of the pandemic and we need to reactivate the economy, get out of the economic recession, the fall caused by the coronavirus in the world economy and that we can get out as quickly as possible,” said the president at his morning press conference. . Four months after the arrival of the disease, Mexico accumulate more than 216 thousand cases and 26...
    Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images) Could any of these five NFL teams win a Super Bowl in a few seasons? Seeing your favorite NFL team win a Super Bowl must be one of the greatest feelings in the world. I wouldn’t know because my favorite team decided to blow a 28-3 lead back in Houston a few years ago. For as much as I’d love to see my beloved Atlanta Falcons hoist a Lombardi Trophy, I’d be pleasantly surprised if Matt Ryan and company bring a championship home to the Dirty South in the next five years. Though I’m still rooting for it, I know a blown opportunity when I see one. In the last handful...
    THEY might be part of the most famous family in the world - but when it comes to their parenting style, Prince William and Kate Middleton are just like any normal mum and dad. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a hands-on approach to parenting - which includes a no-shouting policy, never going to bed mad, and banning all TV before tea-time. 4The Cambridge family are in lockdown at their Norfolk home Amner HallCredit: Getty Images - Getty Speaking to Fabulous Digital, a royal source revealed that "shouting is absolutely 'off limits'" for the Cambridge children at all times. Instead, the kids are encouraged to discuss what it is that's bothering them in a more constructive manner. The source...
    Former NYPD officer and Secret Service agent Dan Bongino warned on “Fox & Friends” on Monday that people in New York City are “are going to get hurt and killed” because of “awful” political leadership. Bongino made the comment amid growing calls across the country to defund or dismantle police departments following the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. “We can argue as a country, and we should, about public policy and things like taxes and things like that,” Bongino, a Fox News contributor, said. “If one side, the conservatives, lose the argument, it's probably not going to result in your immediate death or anything like that, thankfully.” “That's not the case with arguments about policing,” he continued. “When you attack the police, de-police neighborhoods and outrageously argue to...
    The main highways leading to the Atlantic and the Mediterranean will be placed in orange, even red at times. The weekend will rhyme, for thousands of Belgians, with departures on vacation. To those who usually go to France to get away from it all, there will be those who, traditionally, fly to more distant lands and who, due to the coronavirus crisis, had to review their holiday destination to finally drop their bags in France. So many people who risk finding themselves on the roads simultaneously, from Friday. Hence the placement in the orange zone of the whole country, Friday and Saturday, and even in the red zone for the whole of Île-de-France (Paris), Friday. The forecast for Friday It...
    Going on vacation has never been more confusing. People typically plan for future vacations, oftentimes making reservations months in advance. While it’s nice to have something to look forward to, it can also lead to complications -- a lot can change in a few months and surprises can pop up anytime, especially in today’s world. Due to the current situation, trying to cancel or postpone a trip might be more confusing than ever. (iStock) Even though many areas of the country are beginning to reopen, many tourist attractions aren’t operating at full capacity or are enforcing strict attendance limits. Some states also continue to have mandatory quarantines for out-of-state visitors, further complicating vacation plans. However, trying to cancel or postpone a...
    Madison Cawthorn, the Republican nominee for North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District, told Breitbart News on Wednesday that he promised President Donald Trump to win millennial voters’ support for the president’s reelection bid. The 24-year-old Cawthorn defeated Lynda Bennett, 62, in the district’s Republican primary on Tuesday to fill a seat vacated by Mark Meadows. He won 65.9 percent of GOP primary voters against Bennett’s 34.1 percent. Bennett received endorsements from Trump, Meadows, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), the House Freedom Fund, the Senate Conservative Fund, American Conservative Union, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Citizens United. Trump called Cawthorn on Tuesday, congratulating the latter on his victory. “I had a great conversation with President Trump last night,” Cawthorn recalled on Wednesday’s edition...
    Under Armour towl and glove seen on UCLA Bruins player (Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images) Everyone should be paying attention to what’s going on with Under Armour and UCLA. Under Armour is one of the most well-known sports brands in America so it’s not shocking to see it trending on Twitter. Unfortunately, it’s not because they introduced a thrilling new product — instead, they are entering what could be a tumultuous time with another famed institution – the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA). Here’s what we know about the deal between Under Armour and UCLAIt emerged on Saturday afternoon that Under Armour had terminated it’s 15-year, $280 million apparel deal with the college and that’s going to be a...
    As calls grow to defund or dismantle police departments in the wake of the death of George Floyd, questions about what that would look like -- especially in cities with high crime rates -- remain. In a Saturday interview on "Fox & Friends Weekend" with host Pete Hegseth, retired Dallas police officer C'mone Wingo said that imagining a city or town in America without law and order made the hairs on the back of her neck stand up. ON MINNEAPOLIS' NORTH SIDE, RESIDENTS QUESTION CALLS TO DEFUND POLICE 'IS IT GOING TO TURN INTO WORLD WAR III?' "I just think that, in this case, they need to do a little bit more research," she advised. "Not having police, defunding [and] dismantling a police department, and bringing in perhaps...
    Democratic strategist James Carville held no insult back against President Trump during his Friday night appearance on "Real Time with Bill Maher." After listing recent polling data that heavily favors Joe Biden over Trump, "Real Time" host Bill Maher began the show's panel discussion by jokingly asking Carville, "How are the Democrats going to blow it?" "I don't know if we can do it," Carville responded. "I think of ways, I get up in the middle of the night and I say, 'Nah, that can't happen." The MSNBC contributor and former adviser to former President Bill Clinton then tore into Trump, insisting the current commander-in-chief was in a weak position to be re-elected. MAHER SAYS BIDEN SIDELINED BY CORONAVIRUS RULES HELPED SHUT...
    Coronavirus — The coronavirus forces us to implement changes, with systems like these, for example. Not only will they see it in commercial places, they can also be at home. They are tunnels. And a cruise line is going to install them on their ships. Hamlet García, manager of the company “The Lounge ”says that“ With the latent threat that exists with the Covid_19 we can say that we are 99.9 percent protected when we go through the tunnel. “ Hamlet told us that the basis of the product that used to disinfect is a peroxide with different compounds approved by the Environmental protection agency. “Many Sometimes people believe that when they enter the tunnel they will...
    IT’S OK to admit it. It’s perfectly fine to appreciate Liverpool’s brilliance, while wishing to God they hadn’t won the Premier League title. 2 Liverpool are well set to be untouchable for years to come It’s acceptable to marvel at Jurgen Klopp’s phenomenal achievements and yet to ask yourself: ‘Is there much more of this? Is there any hope for the rest of us?’ Amid all the glassy-eyed tributes, you are also free to ask ‘how come a packed Bournemouth beach symbolises the breakdown of society but a lack of social distancing outside Anfield on Thursday is greeted only with cod romanticism?’ Klopp is immensely charismatic and likeable, and his team play wonderful football. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City might have...