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    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Hallie Eisenberg, 28; Kevin Smith, 50; Bridgid Coulter, 52; Mary-Louise Parker, 56 Happy Birthday: Look at what you have, not at what you lack. Focus on moderation and what’s important to you. Spending more time enjoying life with the people you love will lead to happiness and contentment. Recognize what you need instead of what you desire, and you’ll have a change of heart that will lead to a positive attitude. Your numbers are 7, 18, 24, 28, 33, 37, 44.  ARIES (March 21-April 19): Personal improvement will alleviate stress. Don’t let your emotions take over when dealing with matters that can affect how you earn your living, how much debt you are willing to...
    Protesters gather at a July 22 rally in Boston in support of legislation to block evictions in Massachusetts for up to a year.Boston Globe | Boston Globe | Getty Images If you're facing eviction during the pandemic, you're definitely not alone.  Up to 40 million Americans may lose their homes in this downturn, four times the amount seen during the Great Recession.  Even as unemployment levels remain at historic highs and cases of the virus show no sign of abating, statewide eviction moratoriums in more than 30 states have now lifted and protections for renters in the CARES Act are gone. Still, you may be entitled to protections.  More from Personal Finance:Trump wants stimulus checks to be more than $1,200How HEALS Act stimulus checks would be differentHow soon...
    A BAFFLING optical illusion is asking people to stare at a grid for 20 seconds to see how it changes.  The Healing Grid looks lined up in the centre and disjointed on the left and right sides - but this changes thanks to a mind-boggling illusion.  2Stare at the centre of this Healing Grid for 20 seconds, and the disjoined outer edges should look straightCredit: Ryota Kanai While it looks like a standard image at first, after glancing intently at the centre for 20 seconds, it may start to confuse you.  After time, the regular grid pattern in the centre may start to spread so the “broken” portions at the side repair themselves before your eyes. The Healing Grid was...
    House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) snapped at Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Tuesday for demanding Attorney General William Barr be allowed to respond to questions posed to him by committee Democrats during an afternoon hearing. “Mr. Chairman, just real quick, I don’t think we have ever had a hearing where the witness wasn’t allowed to respond to points made, questions asked, and attacks made — not just in this committee but every committee I’ve been on,” Jordan  said during a momentary lull in the hearing. “Gentleman does not have the time,” Nadler responded. Jordan shot back, “I don’t want the time. I want the attorney general to be able to have enough time to respond to accusations and...
    (CBS Local/CBSDFW.com)- We’re down to the final three games. After becoming the first professional sports league to return to the United States just about a month ago, the NWSL Challenge Cup has rolled along to the semifinals set for Wednesday afternoon and evening in Utah. At stake, a spot in the championship game on CBS on Sunday, July 26 at 1:30 p.m. EST. For the Houston Dash and Portland Thorns FC it’s been a difficult road to this point in varying ways. For the Dash, the team was not picked to be among the favorites to win the tournament with many new faces on the roster. “There’s still unfinished business. I don’t think many people were anticipating that we’d be...
    Type 1 diabetics will need to check their blood sugar multiple times each day. PeopleImages/Getty Images Type 1 diabetes occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks the pancreas and it no longer produces insulin. The major risk factors for type 1 diabetes are a family history of the condition, the presence of other autoimmune diseases, and living in colder climates.  Scientists don't yet know how to prevent type 1 diabetes from developing, but you can manage the condition by checking blood sugar often and living a healthy lifestyle.  This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. ...
    A MAN has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after he fired a gun into the grave of a murder victim during the burial service. As Murad Talib was being buried on November 22, 2017, Elston Stevenson fired a bullet into his grave, allegedly saying: "You got what you deserved." 3 Elston Stevenson, 57, of Chicago, pleaded guilty to one count of illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felonCredit: Cook County Sheriff's Department During the late afternoon of Nov. 20, 2017, Talib, 39, was gunned down in his driveway of his home in Palos Heights. During the victim's burial ceremony in Evergreen Park, Stevenson pulled out a handgun and fired a single shot, CBS reported. Stevenson then...
    MANCHESTER UNITED midfielder Andreas Pereira took time out of his Call of Duty game to hit back at trolls slamming his performances After complaining of the servers going down on Call of Duty: Warzone, the Brazilian was targeted for struggling to make an impact at Old Trafford this season. 4Pereira is a big gamer with Call of Duty: Warzone incredibly popular with footballers and fans alikeCredit: Instagram However, the Red Devils fan who took aim at Pereira received a brutal response - and was told "nobody cares" what they thought. Pereira first wrote online: "Warzone Server what's happening..." Before Twitter user Zaid hit back: "Probably performing like how you do on the pitch." And Pereira clocked over 7,000 likes with...
    Just another day in democracy Constant openings and closings may be death knell for restaurants, says Juniors Cheesecake owner Why Your Kid Isnt Great at Independent Play and What You Can Do to Foster It "Go play!" These two words have come out of my mouth more than any other phrase during my time at home with my children. Sometimes they listen, and I've got a solid 20-minute chunk of time to fold the laundry or fire off some emails, but more often, my call to action is met with dissent. They'll drape their bodies across my lap or tug at my sweatpants. They'll demand that I color with them or whine, "Watch me!" as they build a tower...
    As a result of the revocation of authorization by Banco Ahorro Famsa to operate these financial services, many doubts have arisen on the part of customers who had savings, loans or received their pensions in a bank account with them. On the last topic, we will tell you what will happen to your money if your pension is deposited in a Banco Famsa account. Although the IPAB announced that it has already started with the settlement of accounts, the pensioners who had their money there and received their monthly deposit are concerned about the future of their resources. According to information provided by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), the resources of the pensioners who used this service are...
    Win McNamee/Getty Images Herman Cain, former GOP presidential candidate and co-chair of Black Voices For Trump was hospitalized after testing positive for the coronavirus, prompting several political pundits to point out that he attended President Donald Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma last month without a mask on. There is no evidence that Cain contracted the virus while at the rally on June 20, but this hasn’t stopped Twitter from jumping to conclusions and blaming his illness on the decision to attend maskless. His hospitalization also has not deemed any form of critique as inappropriate or off-limits. Several political pundits and figures have taken to Twitter to fault Cain’s stance on masks following his positive diagnosis: Herman Cain posted an anti-mask tweet the...
    Reuters June 28, 2020 0 Comments For years, it has seemed as if Donald Trump can always get what he wants, at least when it comes to using classic rock and pop hits at his campaign rallies against the wishes of the original artists. But the Rolling Stones, who have tried for years to keep the president from appropriating “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” as his walk-off music, have not thrown in the towel. On Saturday, the group sent out a statement saying it is enlisting BMI, the performing rights organization that oversees public use of the song, in their quest to keep the track from being used for politically partisan purposes. And the band says there’ll...
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - For years, it has seemed as if Donald Trump can always get what he wants, at least when it comes to using classic rock and pop hits at his campaign rallies against the wishes of the original artists. But the Rolling Stones, who have tried for years to keep the president from appropriating "You Can't Always Get What You Want" as his walk-off music, have not thrown in the towel. On Saturday, the group sent out a statement saying it is enlisting BMI, the performing rights organization that oversees public use of the song, in their quest to keep the track from being used for politically partisan purposes. And the band says there'll be a lawsuit...
    Dear Amy: During our marriage, my ex-husband rarely made time for us (although he was great with the kids when he was with them). Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  I would take our kids on vacations without him because he always had something better to do. I filed for divorce and moved out of his home over two years ago. I made the decision to do this without telling my parents and siblings because I knew, even though they could see how unhappy I was, that they would not be supportive. To this day they continue to invite him to family holidays and events but become upset with me when I refuse to attend. Related Articles Ask...
    Trump campaign rallies typically conclude with the Rolling Stones’ classic 1969 song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” But that rousing musical coda may soon be coming to an end. BMI, the musical and performing rights organization, has reportedly told the Trump campaign to stop playing the Rolling Stones’ music at rallies, saying that there could be legal consequences if the campaign ignores the warning. Deadline reported that the Trump campaign has a license that authorizes the public performance of more than 15 million musical works in the BMI catalogue. But a provision allows BMI to exclude a song if an artist objects to its use. “BMI has received such an objection and sent a letter notifying the Trump...
    Americans looking for change in their country and a history of racial inequities should focus on building tomorrow and not tearing down yesterday, retired USMC bomb technician Joey Jones argued Friday. Appearing on "Fox & Friends First" with hosts Jillian Mele and Rob Schmitt, the Fox News contributor asserted that there should be a real discussion and dialogue over the toppling of statues because are there "a lot of complexities to some of this." "[For] a town [to] be able to have a discussion over what monuments it has in its square -- I'm for that 100 percent," he said. YAHOO MUSIC EDITOR PONDERS DITCHING 'THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER' "In my hometown of Dalton, Ga., there's a confederate general Joe Johnson. But, he's memorialized...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh’s VA hospital partnered with UPMC to perform the VA’s first-ever living donor-liver transplant. Timothy Yablonski’s liver was failing. “They said it was stage 4 cirrhosis, non-alcoholic. Like a fatty liver disease type of thing,” Yablonski said. His liver couldn’t keep up, and his belly ballooned. “I had stretch marks from how much the fluid was building up,” Yablonski said. He needed a transplant. Yablonski tried to get on the list for a deceased donor but his doctors were concerned. “They considered my case urgent,” he says. “You’re not going to be able to wait for a deceased donor.” Turns out, help was very much alive – and immediately available — from his...
    Conservative radio host and author Mark Levin gave an impassioned response on “Hannity" Wednesday to a top activist in the Black Lives Matter movement who told Fox News that “if this country doesn't give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it.” "You're gonna burn what down, pal?" Levin rhetorically asked Greater New York Black Lives Matter President Hawk Newsome. "I'm sick and tired of these d--n threats from people I don't even know." Newsome had told “The Story" host Martha MacCallum that his "burn down this system" comment could be taken “figuratively” or “literally," adding, "it’s a matter of interpretation.” BLACK LIVES MATTER LEADER STATES IF US 'DOESN'T GIVE US WHAT WE WANT, THEN WE WILL BURN...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (KGO) -- A Black Lives Matter flag is flying where the San Francisco 49ers play football games at Levi's Stadium. This comes just under four years since Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality.Former athletes and activists are reacting and it's not all positive. Some still very upset that Kaepernick hasn't been given another shot in the NFL.49ers CEO Jed York spoke about the Black Lives Matter Movement in a State of the Franchise video saying, "we're focused on taking actions when Colin started a protest movement in 2016 what we had talked about what we had talked about in talking to Dr. Harry Edwards his message which is what we've...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Thrive Market/Facebook Thrive Market is an online grocery store that curates the best organic, non-GMO groceries, beauty, and cleaning supplies at 25% to 50% off regular retail prices. It's membership-based ($60/year or $10/month), like a Costco for healthy versions of foods. I saved more than $100 on my first order at Thrive Market than if I were to shop at a regular grocery store. Read more: The best places to buy groceries online Note: As of 4/2/20, Thrive Market is reporting a high volume of orders resulting in longer than average delivery timeframes (now one to two weeks) and...
    President Donald Trump revealed that he will not wear a mask at his mass rally in Tulsa. Despite the increase in infections, Trump said he will not wear a mask at the event in Tulsa. 19,000 people are expected at the meeting in Tulsa, however, Trump urged his followers to do what they want in relation to the mask. Despite the massive gathering, President Donald Trump will not wear a mask at his Tulsa rally this Saturday, and told his supporters to do whatever they want. As the leader of his first large-scale campaign rally since the closure caused by the coronavirus across the country, President Donald Trump said it is up to the attendees whether or not...
    Shea Harkins, 26, of Palm Harbor, Florida, was arrested and charged with one count of manslaughter after fatally shooting his best friend Thursday while playing video games A 26-year-old Florida man fatally shot his best friend while showing off his gun when they were playing video games, because his friend said, 'What, are you going to shoot me?' Shea Harkins, 26, of Palm Harbor, Florida, was arrested and charged with one count of manslaughter following the incident which happened Thursday night.  The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that Harkins' best friend, Sean Cook, 26, of Clearwater, Florida, had gone to Harkins' home that night.  The pair were playing video games together in Harkins' room when, at...
    One dude is blowing up Twitter after a viral rant at a coffee shop. In a Twitter video tweeted out by @AIRSTEVEJOBS, a man is refused service because he won’t wear a mask at the coffee shop during the coronavirus pandemic. How does he react? Oh, normally and rationally. He starts screaming about a protest, shouting “All lives Matter” and refusing to leave. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes) Does that sound unbearable to you? Just wait until you see the video, which has been viewed more than five million times in less than a day. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything) I can’t believe this happened in Bed Stuy wtf pic.twitter.com/H9iGPARd7s — AIRSTEVEJOBS (@AIRSTEVEJOBS) June...
    Now that outdoor and indoor dining is allowed again but with restrictions, there’s a lot to take in about what this new restaurant world looks like in the age of coronavirus. There’s a lot to keep track of as restaurants follow new state guidelines and restrictions such as maintaining six feet of social distancing, mandatory face masks, reservation requirements and capacity limits, to name a few. Nancy Ngo dining amid COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines on the patio at La Grolla in St. Paul, June 12. (Nancy Ngo / Pioneer Press) After testing the waters this week — a craving for steak and a proper sit-down restaurant brought me to the dining room of Mancini’s in St. Paul, another craving for...
    Police in Louisiana say a mentally ill mother shot and killed her four children, including an infant, and her neighbor before turning the gun on herself at an apartment complex. Monroe Police Chief Reggie Brown confirmed the six deaths that occurred Thursday night and identified 30-year-old Brittany Tucker as the shooter in the quintuple murder-suicide.  Brown told news outlets on Friday that Tucker suffered from mental health issues and appeared to be going through a crisis. She had been seen waving a gun at the Parkwood Apartments in the days before the shootings. Police in Monroe, Louisiana, say Brittany Tucker, 30 (left), shot dead her neighbor Anteshia Logwood, 20 (right), then her own children and herself Anteshia Logwood,...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Neil Patrick Harris, 47; Ice Cube, 51; Courteney Cox, 56; Helen Hunt, 57. Ice Cube (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)  Happy Birthday: Take a closer look at your options and what you can do to ensure that things unfold to your liking as the year progresses. Take responsibility for your happiness, health and reputation. Stick to the truth, and demand the same from others. A change of heart regarding someone you looked up to will lead to personal freedom and better days ahead. Your numbers are 9, 15, 22, 27, 33, 42, 48.  ARIES (March 21-April 19): Reflect on the past before you make a promise that will have emotional consequences attached. Self-discipline will be...
    Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special “8:46” was released Friday morning, and it’s incredible. The title of the special represents the amount of time police officer Derek Chauvin allegedly kneeled on the neck of George Floyd prior to the man’s horrific death, which set off massive riots and protests across America. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Multiple fires raging outside the White House#GeorgeFloydProtestspic.twitter.com/t1w0Rxg7Yi — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 1, 2020 Folks, the entire special is linked below, and I’m not going to dig into it line by line. Here’s what I will say. We all know Dave Chappelle is a powerful and influential person. Yes, he’s a comedian, but he’s much more than just that....
    As the George Floyd protests continue to grip Denver, Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen is under fire from members of the public, advocates and lawyers for the way that Denver police and other law enforcement officers operating in the city have dealt with protesters. The biggest criticism, which was echoed in a temporary restraining order issued by a federal judge, is that law enforcement has used less-lethal munitions in a way that has both injured protesters and violated their constitutional rights. Westword spoke with Chief Pazen, who has been Denver's top-ranking police official for almost two years, to hear his thoughts on what has happened in recent weeks. Westword: What have your officers done right during these protests?Related StoriesWhen the Smoke...
    Some major changes to how you plan your next trip to Walt Disney World are coming. Disney announced on May 27 that it is planning to reopen Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom on July 11 and Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15. However, things may feel a little less magical than before at the happiest place on earth. According to the Walt Disney World website, ticket sales, hotel reservations, dining experiences, FastPass+ and Extra Magic Hours have been altered because of the coronavirus outbreak. The resort's parks were shut down in mid-March, and Disney revealed some changes to its previous protocols. The Cinderella Castle at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, on December 6, 2013. The complex's...