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    Hollywood power players are getting in bed with groups eager to turn an ideologically lopsided industry into a near monolith. A pair of veteran actors are trying to bring balance to an industry as ideologically rigid as a CNN chyron.Read members only content for just 99¢You’ll also unlock an ad-free experience and the Daily Wire mobile app and help support the web's best conservative commentary.Get a Reader's Pass83 days until electionDon't miss a beat of our coverage.View 2020 Election PageThe Daily WireAboutAdvertise With UsBook our SpeakersHelp CenterContact UsStandards & PoliciesPrivacy PolicyTerms of UseCareersInternshipsFacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeRSS© Copyright 2020, The Daily Wire
    CNBC’s Jim Crammer was quite skeptical as he addressed the news that Russia claims to have the world’s first coronavirus vaccine. On Tuesday’s Squawk on the Street, David Faber spoke to Cramer about new upticks for the Dow Jones and the S&P 500, and Faber said the development is possibly connected to Vladimir Putin’s announcement that his country is supposedly the first to have an effective vaccine. Numerous media organizations acknowledged the Russian president’s announcement while noting that the country cut corners on clinical trials, and questions remain about the vaccine’s safety and efficacy. Faber was the first to offer his reservations about the announcement, saying ironically “You’re gonna take a Russian vaccine?” Cramer swiftly agreed that Russia’s alleged...
    Overachiever Meghan Markle was often deemed 'fake' by her schoolmates who thought it was impossible to be that 'perfect', new bombshell biography Finding Freedom has claimed.  The book, co-authored by royal journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, reveals that Meghan's willingness to help others, paired with her incomparable drive, meant her old classmates often thought she was not genuine.   Taking a deep dive into the Duchess of Sussex's early days as a hardworking student, the book claims she threw herself into her studies, juggled multiple extra-curricular activities and did everything she could to avoid being seen as an 'underdog.'  Finding Freedom provides an intimately detailed and personalised version of the events leading up to the Sussexes' dramatic departure from royal life,...
    STRANGE bright spots on a nearby dwarf planet could be an underground ocean, according to scientists. Dwarf planet Ceres is located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and it's technically the largest asteroid in our Solar System. 2Unusual bright spots in a crater on the dwarf planet indicated a presence of salty waterCredit: Nasa Dwarf planets are similar to normal planets but are often smaller and surrounded by rogue debris. According to new analysis of data from Nasa's Dawn space probe Ceres is an ocean world, potentially covered in salty water. The study highlighted that more research into Ceres is needed to see if it could be habitable and if it currently supports alien life. Unusual bright spots...
    On Monday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Brian Kilmeade Show,” Fox News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean, who lost both her in-laws to the coronavirus, said that she was removed from the list to testify about New York’s nursing home policies during the coronavirus pandemic and that she thinks Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) or his administration “decided that they didn’t want my voice to be heard.” Dean said, “I was supposed to be on the list. I actually filled out all the paperwork and sent the letter to all the lawmakers, I believe, July 28, a few days before the first hearing. They told me they couldn’t get me on that day, last Monday, but that I would be on today....
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images A new Rasmussen Reports poll shows that more than half of the voters surveyed, and nearly half of the Democrats, believe Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s running mate will serve as president before his four-year term is over, if he wins in November. 59 percent of those surveyed considered it “Likely” that Biden’s running mate would be president before the end of his term and 39 percent believed it was “Very likely.” 35 percent thought it was “Unlikely,” while only 14 percent thought it was “Not at all likely.” When the voters were broken down by party affiliation, the poll showed that almost half of the Democrats surveyed — 49 percent, thought it was likely that Biden’s vice president...
    NUTTY conspiracy theorists claim they've found a capsized boat on Google Earth roughly 100 miles off the coast of Antarctica. The 400ft-long (121m) object bears a striking resemblance to a cruiseliner with what appear to be chimneys and a line of windows. 6A strange 'ice ship' has been spotted on Google Earth by eagle-eyed conspiracy theoristsCredit: youtube/MrMBBB333 The discovery has sparked a wave of conspiracy theories online, with some claiming the "boat" is linked to a secret Nazi base in the Arctic, or is there to transport world leaders in times of global crisis. A clip of the strange find, which is most likely an oddly-shaped iceberg, was uploaded to YouTube last week by user MrMBB333. “You look down on...
    In an interview on Fox & Friends Wednesday, President Donald Trump said that NBA players kneeling during the national anthem was “disgraceful.” In the phone interview on the popular Fox show, the president added that the American people are also turning away from basketball if the ratings are any indication. “When I see people kneeling during the playing and disrespecting our flag and national anthem, what I do personally is turn off the game,” Trump said. “I think it’s disgraceful. We work with [the NBA], we worked with them very hard trying to get open,” Trump continued. “I was pushing for them to get open. Then I see everybody kneeling during the anthem. That’s not acceptable to me. When I...
    Appeals must be made by August 10 on the state Department of Social Services website Hundreds of thousands of families benefited from the $ 365 P-EBT. Photo: La Opinion – Aurelia Ventura On July 31st the California Department of Social Services finished issuing decisions on hundreds of thousands of applications for the special P-EBT food benefit of $ 365 per child. Now those families who consider that their children’s requests were wrongly rejected can appeal before August 10. If you believe your child met the department’s requirements for this benefit, such as free or reduced price meals at school, and was not assigned, you should submit an appeal on the department’s page. The program P-EBT directly...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has labeled the devastating explosion in Lebanon that killed dozens an "bomb attack." When asked if he was confident that the deadly blast was an attack and not an accident, Trump responded: "It seemed like it based on the explosion." 1President Trump said on Tuesday the deadly explosion in Lebanon "seems to be" an attack "I've met with some of our great generals and they just seem to feel it was," he said at a White House press briefing on Tuesday. "This was not some kind of a manufacturing explosion type of event. This was a, seems to be according to them, they would know better than I would." "But they seem to think it was a...
    Its a hard choice: Tennessee parents send kids back to school amid new COVID-19 cases Online grocery sales soaring in the Middle East and the trend may continue, says retail giant Majid Al Futtaim Sixers get needed win, but coach Brett Brown calls out defense: I think it stinks The Philadelphia 76ers entered the NBA season restart with questions about their offense that cropped up again in their opening loss in Orlando. Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT LeBron James: You can never understand what it is to be black in America LeBron James: You can never understand what it is to be black in America USA TODAY SPORTS Washingtons NFL team has a...
    An Army National Guard veteran who helped stop a terrorist attack on a Paris-bound train in 2015, told “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday that “no one really agrees with what the protesters are doing” in Portland. “I think it’s time that we actually stand up and say so and try to do something about it,” Alek Skarlatos, a Republican candidate for Congress in Oregon, said. Skarlatos made the comments after more than 150 rounds were fired and one woman was shot in Portland on Friday night while protesters on Saturday – some of whom appeared to impersonate press – threw glass bottles and shined lasers at city police officers sent to quell the nighttime unrest witnessed for more than two months straight. Saturday marked the third night...
    No matter which browser you prefer—Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera, or any of the others—it will almost certainly offer an incognito or private mode, one which ostensibly keeps your web browsing secret. (Google Chrome still shows a hat-and-glasses icon when you go incognito, as if you're now in disguise.) Incognito or private mode does indeed keep certain aspects of your browsing private, but it's important to be aware of what it hides and erases from your computer or phone and what it doesn't. Once you understand exactly what these modes do in your browser, you'll know when they can be most useful.What Incognito Mode DoesPerhaps the easiest way to think about incognito mode is that as soon as you close...
    Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Nearly half of President Donald Trump’s supporters believe that the unproven — and potentially harmful — drug hydroxychloroquine is a “cure” for COVID-19, according to a new poll. Support for Trump continues to have an outsize effect on attitudes involving the coronavirus. In a new Yahoo! News/YouGov survey, respondents were asked “Do you think the drug hydroxychloroquine is a cure for COVID-19?” The vast majority — 83 percent — either correctly said it is not (52%) or said they didn’t know (31%), and only 17 percent mistakenly said it is a cure. The drug has not even been proven an effective treatment for the virus, and some studies have shown it to be potentially harmful. There is...
    U.S. President Donald Trump delivers a speech during a visit to the Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies' Innovation Center, a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant where components for a potential coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine candidate are being developed, in Morrrisville, North Carolina, U.S., July 27, 2020.Carlos Barria | Reuters The hunt is on for a vaccine for Covid-19, which has killed more than 600,000 people. The current frontrunners include an mRNA vaccine from Moderna; a candidate vaccine from AstraZeneca and Oxford University; a Chinese vaccine from the military and biotech company CanSigo Biologisc; and an mRNA-based vaccine from German company BioNTech and Pfizer. While a candidate could be approved this year, it remains to be seen whether the vaccine will confer temporary or long-term...
    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...
      VICTIMHOOD now seeps through celebrity culture. Hard-working folk are regularly expected to feel sympathy for multi-millionaires moaning from Hollywood mansions about all manner of minor injustices far removed from the real problems most of us have to face day to day. 9The Harry and Meghan book is a huge misstep which makes you think worse of themCredit: AFP - Getty There is no more pertinent example than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who just so happen to be two of the most privileged human beings alive — global superstars, actual royalty and so rich they never have to “work” again — asking for the world’s sympathy in the midst of an unprecedented global pandemic. No couple in the...
    The majority of white Americans believe that profession athletes kneeling in protest during the nation anthem is 'unacceptable', a new poll conducted by CBS has determined.  According to the results, 52 percent of white Americans believe it is wrong for an athlete to kneel during The Star-Spangled banner, compared to 48 percent who say the protest is acceptable. Those findings contrasted dramatically to the opinions of black and Hispanic respondents, who voted overwhelmingly in favor of the demonstration at a rate of 88 percent and 62 percent respectively.   In addition to race, the results also indicated divisions along political and generational lines among the 2,008 respondents.  The majority of Americans believe profession athletes kneeling during the national anthem against racial discrimination is...
    Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson pressed Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on his acceptance of campaign donations from Google. According to Carlson, they were Google’s second-largest political contributor. Jordan described the contribution as an exercise of the First Amendment and denied any Google’s contribution influenced his behavior. “Look, if they want to exercise their First Amendment liberty to give me money, I raised $3 million last quarter. If Google gives me a few thousand dollar check, God bless them. That doesn’t change who I am. You saw that today in the committee. I went after Google. I went after them for the very issue you just raised, Tucker. In 2016, Google tried to tailor their...
    Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, told "Your World" Wednesday that any supplemental unemployment insurance provided for in a new coronavirus stimulus bill should be "at a lesser level" than the $600 per week that became available as part of the CARES Act. "There's an extra $600 put in by the federal government on top of the state benefit," Portman told host Neil Cavuto. "Most people believe that that's creating a disincentive to work because you're paying roughly 68 percent of the people more on unemployment insurance than they can make at their work." SCHUMER SAYS $600 IN UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT NONNEGOTIABLE, AFTER HOYER SAYS IT IS "I think," Portman added, "we need to lower it to a number that gives people help during this...
    President Donald Trump defended the doctor whose claims he retweeted that hydroxychloroquine is a 'cure' for coronavirus got removed by Twitter and resulted in his son's account being suspended.  Dr. Stella Immanuel has a long history of supporting conspiracy theories and Trump ended his Tuesday press conference when pressed on the matter. 'She was on air along with many other doctors,' he said. 'They were big fans of hydroxychloroquin. And I thought she was very impressive in the sense that from where she came -- I don't know which country she comes from but she says she's had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients and I thought her voice was an important voice but I know nothing about her.' The president was...
    Rep. Steve Cohen suggested supporters of President Trump are responsible for the asymptomatic spread of the coronavirus across the country. "But a lot of people don’t wear masks because they think Trump says you don’t have to, they think it’s macho, they think it’s MAGA, or something. And they’re being rude, and they’re spreading coronavirus when they’re asymptomatic to other people," the Democrat said Tuesday. "I was hurt and shocked when I heard that Tennessee might be the next explosion point because our governor is not ordering people to stay at home, to wear masks, to close bars. We need decisive action from our governor. We need decisive action from our president. We are seeing people die.” Dr....
    For the past few months, there have been tons of names being thrown about as probable names being considered for the 14th season of Bigg Boss. Names like Jasmin Bhasin, Nia Sharma, Neha Sharma, Mishal Raheja, Vivian Dsena, Munmun Dutta, Shubhangi Atre, Rajeev Sen and Adhyayan Suman, Jay Soni, Sugandha Mishra, Mishal Raheja, Nikhil Chinapa, Shireen Mirza and Avinash Mukherjee have made it to the news, out of which Shubhangi Atre, Rajeev Sen, Munmun Dutta and Ahdyayan Suman have refuted rumours of doing the show. Bigg Boss 14: Neha Sharma, Jasmin Bhasin, Mishal Rajeha, Vivian Dsena, Nia Sharma Here Is The Speculated BB14 Contestant List. And now, joining the ‘not doing Bigg Boss’ pile of names from the above list...
    An English policeman was doing a lot of exercise and thought it was a hit without imagining what it was really about John Haywood is a Chief Inspector for the Greater Manchester County Police, in the UK, and a year ago, His life was completely changed when he discovered what appeared to be a bruise or bruise and ended up being something worse. It turns out that Haywood, 46, discovered a stain on one of his ankles, which seemed to be a blow, so he did not pay much attention to it because he used to run and ride a bicycle and believed that it could be a busted capillary glass. Fwd: Were asking those who served their community...
    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie argued that most Americans do not think the weekslong riots rocking Portland and Seattle are “acceptable” and said President Trump is right to step in if local officials don't address the issue. “Most Americans, George, do not believe that the riots that are happening in Portland and Seattle and in other places across the country, that are causing destruction and injury and in some cases death, are acceptable,” Christie told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” Sunday. US ATTORNEY FOR OREGON BLASTS PORTLAND OFFICIALS IN BLISTERING INTERVIEW: 'NONSENSICAL, POLITICAL THEATER' “I do think it's an effective thing to do,” Christie, a Republican, said in regard to Trump taking action. “I don't know whether it's going to...
    New York (CNN Business)From grocery stores and factories to meatpacking plants and food delivery, the pandemic is turbocharging the rise of robots and automation, Andrew Yang tells CNN Business."We're seeing 10 years' worth of change in 10 weeks," the former Democratic presidential candidate said. Companies, worried about coronavirus health risks, are accelerating their plans to use robots for some jobs long done by humans. It's just one of the ways coronavirus is changing the face of America's workforce and the debate over how to respond, including controversial proposals Yang has long championed. Its been immensely frustrating to have some lawmakers be so out to lunch that they think if they just leave things alone, the economy will snap back to...
    (CNN)Exposed to a sick American bullfrog tadpole, a healthy tadpole will do its best to stay away. Garden ants and even lobsters also know to stay away when one of their own is sick.These animals are better at social distancing than we are. How mosquitoes evolved to be attracted to humans, and what that means for the future For many humans, social distancing feels like the most unnatural thing in the world, but in other parts of the natural world, it's the norm. When an infected animal gets too close, other animals have learned to stay away.To see if animals behaved differently around infected animals in order to protect themselves from getting sick, researchers have been conducting studies over the...
    Taylor Swift will release her eighth studio album, "Folklore," on Friday. In her announcement, Swift praised her four main collaborators: The National's Aaron Dessner, Bon Iver, Jack Antonoff, and a mysterious person named William Bowery. According to Swift, Bowery cowrote two songs on "Folklore" — but the name doesn't belong to a known artist or carry any existing songwriting credits. Fans are speculating that "William Bowery" is a pseudonym, possibly for Swift's brother Austin or her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. Back in May, Swift's brother reportedly recorded a cover of "Look What You Made Me Do" using a fake band name. Swift herself has also been known to use the pseudonym Nils Sjöberg. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. ...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS)- The 2020 MLB season gets underway Friday  and for the Philadelphia Phillies, the hope is to end a postseason drought that has now stretched to eight seasons. The team has a new manager, Joe Girardi, a new starter in Zack Wheeler and a veteran infield addition in Didi Gregorius. But, with only 60 games to make their playoff push, how does that affect their chances? CBS 3 sports anchor Don Bell believes it may actually be beneficial considering the team’s trend over the past couple seasons. “A lot of time people say the greatest indicator of the future is looking at the past right? Over the last couple of seasons, the Phillies have faltered in Septembers under Gabe...
    In an update on the status of the next round of stimulus funding for the COVID-19 crisis, a Republican senator confessed the sinister reason his party isn’t a rush to get anything done. Speaking to the Washington Post, Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) confessed it’s because they don’t want to spend the money. “There are some over here that think we benefit from doing nothing because people don’t want to spend any more money,” he said. “I’d say it’s gonna be tough.” It was assumed that Republicans would be more willing to deal because it is an election year, and many are desperate to keep their seats in November. Yet, the unprecedented pandemic and national emergency didn’t seem as urgent as one...
    Appearing Tuesday on CNN, Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) said she took umbrage with President Donald Trump’s threat to send federal law enforcement officers to Chicago to help quell crime, calling the idea “disgusting.” Sen. Tammy Duckworth on President Trumps threat to send federal agents to Chicago: "Dont even think about it in Chicago, and certainly not anywhere in this country. It is wrong, and Im going to work very hard to stop him" https://t.co/TCo13k9GOB pic.twitter.com/bvmuFFyCC2 — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 21, 2020 A partial transcript is as follows: BRIANNA KEILAR: What’s your reaction to the president threatening to send federal law enforcement to Chicago and other cities like New York, Philadelphia, and Detriot? SEN. TAMMY DUCKWORTH: My answer to him is don’t...
    Civil rights icon Charles Evers, brother of Medgar Evers, dies at the age of 97 Banks Are Paying People to Bring in Their Spare Change as National "Coin Shortage" Takes Place Banks May Pay You for Loose Change During the Pandemic Maggie OFarrell wrote a brilliant plague novel. Shes starting to think about it differently It feels like every other book these days holds some inadvertent resonance for this anxious, unprecedented global moment in time. Certainly, summer has yielded countless novels of quarantine and viral disease, of national unity and disruption. But Maggie O'Farrell's Hamnet, which published Stateside on Tuesday after landing in the U.K. just as the COVID-19 pandemic first started hitting Europe hard, feels especially prescient for...
    The average person thinks their time on a task that feels like work is worth $15.63 an hour ‒ that’s more than double the federal minimum wage ($7.25 an hour). A study of 2,000 Americans over the age of 25 examined how they value their time and four in 10 think “time is money.” Unfortunately, not all tasks earn respondents money — and even of the 73 percent of respondents who are employed, two-thirds are living paycheck-to-paycheck. The survey – conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Compare.com – found that might be one of the reasons two in three (65 percent) confessed they get the “balance blues” after checking their bank statement. Seven in 10 wish they could save more...
    Sen. Tammy DuckworthLadda (Tammy) Tammy Duckworth Ilhan Omar: GOP response to calls for police reform 'was vicious' Democrat expresses concern about 'delay' of cancer-linked chemical regulation Duckworth releases hold on military confirmations, citing proof Vindman earned promotion MORE (D-Ill.) on Tuesday excoriated President TrumpDonald John TrumpDHS expands authority of personnel to collect information on people threatening monuments: report GOP signals Trump's payroll-tax cut in Republican coronavirus bill — for now Trump threatens to double down on Portland in other major cities MORE’s threats to send the federal officers dispatched to Portland, Ore., to Chicago, calling the ultimatum “disgusting.” “My answer to him is ‘don’t even think about it,’” Duckworth, a combat veteran who lost both legs in Iraq, said on...
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    Reacting to the shooting that killed the son and wounded the husband of a New Jersey federal judge linked to the Jeffrey Epstein case, Fox Nation host Nancy Grace said on Monday that she does not think the crime was related to the high-profile matter. “Getting threats for a judge or a prosecutor is actually commonplace,” Grace told “Fox & Friends.” “She just got that case, which involves Deutsche Bank, this past Thursday. She hasn’t even had a chance to make a ruling in it yet. I don’t think that’s it. Yes, she’s been involved with cases involving the Crips, the Bloods, gangs, you name it, like every other judge. I would put it out there that if you’re targeting the judge, you would...
    A WOMAN has created a brilliantly unique plant pot in her garden - using an old pair of jeans.  Jess Appleby revealed she practically lived in her high-waisted denim over lockdown, causing them to become so worn they were 'falling part'.  3Jess decided to make a unique planter out of an old pair of jeansCredit: Jess Appleby But she couldn’t bear to part with the trousers, so came up with an inventive way to repurpose them - by turning them into a plant pot.  Jess decided to attach them to her garden fence, popping the ends in some wellies and filling each leg with soil, before planting a lavender bush inside.  She told Fabulous Digital: “They were my favourites through...
    Fantasy: 7 sleepers to steal late in your draft (Updated) TikTok turned this skincare brand into a cult favorite Is the ‘great rotation’ in the stock market under way as coronavirus cases surge? Or is it a false dawn? Here’s what experts think MARKET EXTRA © AFP/Getty Images The great rotation for stocks? The tyranny of the behemoth technology stocks, which has supported the overall U.S. equities market since March, took a breaker this week. Load Error For months the most highly valued, technology and e-commerce companies have marshaled a nearly unceasing rally during a public-health crisis that has exacted tremendous pain on the domestic and global economy. However, the conclusion of last week’s trade on...
    MEGAN Thee Stallion was shot in the foot while she was partying with rapper Tory Lanez. The incident happened outside of a Hollywood Hills home early Sunday morning. It has been reported that Tory Lanez allegedly shot Megan twice in the feet. 5 Megan Thee Stallion was shot on Sunday nightCredit: AP:Associated Press Tory was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle. Who is Megan Thee Stallion? Megan Thee Stallion is a 25-year-old rapper from Texas who rose to fame after she built a fanbase on Soundcloud and YouTube. She is best known for hits like Big Ole Freak, Captain Hook, and Savage. 5 The 25-year-old emcee is from Houston, TexasCredit: AP:Associated Press Entertainment Weekly reported she was...
    Reuters July 16, 2020 0 Comments Only one in four Americans think it is safe for public schools to reopen this fall as U.S. coronavirus cases climb, and four in 10 parents said they would likely keep their children home if classes resume, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. The July 14-15 national online poll was conducted as the country’s 13,000 school districts grapple with how to safely resume instruction after closing in the spring as infections spread. The results suggest President Donald Trump’s demand to fully reopen schools is at odds with how most Americans feel. Just 26% of American adults said they thought it was safe for schools in their community to bring students back. Another 55%...
    By Chris Kahn NEW YORK (Reuters) - Only one in four Americans think it is safe for public schools to reopen this fall as U.S. coronavirus cases climb, and four in 10 parents said they would likely keep their children home if classes resume, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. The July 14-15 national online poll was conducted as the country's 13,000 school districts grapple with how to safely resume instruction after closing in the spring as infections spread. The results suggest President Donald Trump’s demand to fully reopen schools is at odds with how most Americans feel. Just 26% of American adults said they thought it was safe for schools in their community to bring students back. Another 55%...
    A man who helped plan an Independence Day party which was attended by an estimated 400 people and has been linked to cluster of coronavirus cases has said the group 'didn't really think' about Covid-19. Cole Wood of Harrisonville, Missouri recorded the party that was hosted at a home in the city, and says that they were undeterred by the coronavirus when planning the event. 'A lot of people showed up and we didn't really think twice about the whole virus, it won't happen to us, you know? I believe around at least 300, but could be closer to 400,' Wood said to OzarksFirst.com.  A week later, the Cass County Health Department has now said that 21 attendees of the...
    The Brooklyn Borough President has called for the return of the controversial NYPD anti-crime unit just a month after it was shut down due to anti-cop protests as shootings in the Big Apple continue to spike.  Eric Adams, one of NYC's most influential black politicians, claims that the plainclothes unit, whose job it was to get guns off the street, may need reform but should not have been completely eliminated.  The former cop, who is running for mayor in 2021, said that the absence of the unit led 'bad guys' to believe they can do 'whatever you want'.   He made the comments after another violent weekend in New York City and a spate of shootings which resulted in the death...
    Wearing a mask doesnt just protect others from COVID, it protects you from infection, perhaps serious illness, too The Best Bacon In Every State Most men think a shirtless photo will boost their chances on dating apps, a study found. In fact, it does the opposite. © Provided by INSIDER Lucas Salvain / EyeEm A new study by Dating.com found shirtless pictures make it harder for men to get matches on dating apps. While 90% of men feel like a shirtless selfie could help them get more dates, men who use them actually get 25% less matches.   This might be because more than half of the women surveyed thought shirtless pictures are a sign of immaturity.  Queer men...
    CHICAGO — Hundreds of demonstrators marched Friday at the Daley Center downtown, protesting federal immigration enforcement and a recent move by the Trump administration placing stricter requirements upon international students attending college in the U.S.  The new policy, announced earlier this week, prohibits international students on F-1 or M-1 visas from studying in the U.S. if their schools plan only to provide online instruction this fall. If their schools are online only, they risk deportation unless they transfer to a school offering in-person instruction or leave the country voluntarily. Several university leaders said the move is designed to pressure colleges and universities to open their campuses this fall. Oscar Hew, a Roosevelt University student from Singapore, called the...
    Getty Joe Rogan reacts during UFC 249 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on May 09, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. Popular podcaster and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan ripped one of his employer’s business practices during a recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” featuring Bellator heavyweight Josh Barnett. During that discussion, Rogan revealed he didn’t like the bonus structure used by the UFC, Bellator and other MMA promoters around the world one bit. “I’ve said this from the beginning,” Rogan said. “I just don’t think it’s fair.” The 52-year-old Rogan celebrated in June 18th-anniversary of working as a UFC color commentator. Rogan’s first gig with the company came as a backstage interviewer way back in 1997 at UFC...
    NYC closes down stretch of 5th Avenue at Trump Tower to paint Black Lives Matter mural Grocers urgently need to fix broken online business model, as pandemic shifts more to web, report says Joel Embiid on NBA bubble: ‘I don’t think it’s going to be safe enough’ 76ers guard Shake Milton said, “I don’t really think we should be playing.” He’ll also presumably play for Philadelphia in the NBA’s resumption at Disney World. © Jason Miller/Getty Images That’s not as hypocritical as it sounds at first. Milton is concerned about basketball overshadowing the current movement for racial justice (a concern also voiced by Kyrie Irving and Dwight Howard). But players collectively decided to continue the season. NBA games will...
    A WOMAN has shared how she made a beautiful pyramid ornament out of her nan’s ashes - and people have praised it for being beautiful.  Robyn Wood, 31, from Dundee, Scotland, said she made the poignant tribute to give as a present to her mum. 5Robyn Wood shared how she made this special pyramid from her nan's ashes to give as a gift to her mumCredit: Facebook She shared a video of the special keepsake to the Facebook DIY on a Budget, with the caption: “Made this resin pyramid for my mum. It has some of my nan’s ashes in it.  “Hopefully she likes it.” Speaking to Fabulous, she shared how her nan was 70 when she passed away in...
    President Trump warned governors that he will be pressuring them to reopen schools for in-person instruction in the fall. Trump claimed on Tuesday that some governors may be planning to pursue distance learning instead of in-person education because of political reasons. He said that he will work to pressure all states to reopen their classrooms in the fall. "We hope that most schools are going to be open. We don't want people to make political statements or do it for political reasons. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools closed. No way," he said during a meeting at the White House. "So we're very much going to put pressure...
    CHELSEA fans were left chuckling that their new 2020/21 away kit looks like "pyjamas" after the club's unveiling. On Tuesday, the Premier League side released images of the "classic tailored" design to a generally positive reception. 1A light blue design with darker trim makes up the patterned Nike shirt Having already donned the new home kit, sponsored by mobile network Three, Chelsea showed off a light blue design for upcoming away days. As ever, fans found a way to gently poke fun at the style choices with the kit likened to pyjamas and a sheet of metal. The club officially describe it as: "Inspired by a classic tailored aesthetic but filtered through a modern street lens and colour palette."...
    For many it is the stuff of horror films or nightmares - a human-sized bat hanging outside their home. And those afraid of such hanging horrors may well have a sleepless night after seeing this photograph. But have no fear, because all is not what it seems. While the picture, taken in the Philippines, appears to show a 'human-size' horror hanging upside down from a roof, it is actually a clever camera trick. The photograph shows a giant golden-crowned flying fox, a large fruit-eating bat native to the Asian archipelago. The photograph shows a giant golden-crowned flying fox, a large bat native to the Philippines, which can have a wingspan of up to 5ft5in but is only around one foot...
    A MUM whose daughters breastfed in tandem - with one stopping just before she was five and the other still continuing aged four - says they rarely get ill. Crediting her nursing with hardening their immune systems, makeup artist Natasha Keane, 38, says she lets the child decide when to stop breastfeeding. 6Natasha, pictured with her two youngest girlsCredit: PA Real Life But Natasha, of Galway, Ireland, whose husband Adam, 35, owns his own gym, says that, as a first time mum to her son Stephen, 19, from a previous relationship, she believed that breastfeeding after a year was "creepy." Now extolling the virtues of nursing and defending a woman's right to do so in public, Natasha, also mum to Ellie, six, and...
    The Cleveland Indians are among the professional sports teams caught up in the controversy over using Native American symbols and culture. With intense scrutiny over the Washington Redskins name, the Indians announced Friday they would review their own team name. Manager Terry Francona on Sunday supported the decision. MLB’S CLEVELAND INDIANS SAY THEY’RE OPEN TO POSSIBLE NAME CHANGE “I’ve been thinking about it and been thinking about it before we put out that statement,” Francona told reporters in a video conference call, as the Akron Beacon-Journal reported. “I know in the past, when I’ve been asked about [it], whether it’s our name or the Chief Wahoo, I think I would usually answer and say I know that we’re never trying to be...
    The world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic is the subject of controversy ever since he organized the Adria Tour. His charitable event across Belgrade, Serbia, and Zadar, Croatia was intended for good causes, but eventually, it came out cursed. The tour saw numerous top athletes, including Nole himself, contracting the novel coronavirus disease. As a result, the entire tennis community has divided into two parts. Fans and admirers are supporting Djokovic in these tough times. But a large section of the tennis fraternity is heavily criticizing the 33-year old Serb. Experts claim that Djokovic’s decision to organize a tennis tournament amid the pandemic would eventually cost him his legacy. At least, the former Wimbledon junior singles champion Noah Rubin...
    U.S. and China flags along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 17, 2011.Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Delisting Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges is "a pointless drive" that will neither deny those firms access to American capital markets nor hurt China's growth, according to a report by think tank Peterson Institute for International Economics. U.S.-China relations are the worst they have been in decades and the stock market appeared to be one of the latest fronts where tensions between the two countries are playing out. The Senate in May passed a bill that could ban many Chinese companies from listing shares in the U.S. Last month, President Donald Trump urged regulators to find ways to tighten scrutiny on those firms. But there...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Theragun Theragun's latest generation of massage guns features the brand's smallest and most inexpensive model called the Mini.  The Mini offers a similar amount of percussions per minute as Theragun's high-end models, is compact enough to fit into a small bag, and delivers effective relief for pre- or post-workout.  At $199, the Mini is the cheapest model in the brand's lineup, making it an incredibly attractive option for anyone contemplating buying their first massage gun. Updated on 7/2/2020 by Rick Stella: Therabody announced it's discounting the Theragun Mini from $199 to $174 through July 5 (while supplies last). Visit the...
    Monday on “Fox News @ Night,” Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R-TX) insisted the doom and gloom portrayed by the media regarding COVID-19 and Texas was not reflective of reality. Patrick insisted compared to other states, fatalities were low in Texas and the curve had flattened despite a “sky is falling” narrative. “I think sometimes present company excluded on Fox, but the rest of the media wants us to come out and say the sky is falling and run for the hills,” he said. “And on the other hand, if you if you come out and you’re too positive, and you give people hope, you know, they criticize that. So, no matter what you say, the media is ready to pounce...
    A NEW poll found that nearly 40 percent of registered American voters believe former Vice President Joe Biden has "some form of dementia." Most voters surveyed in the Rasmussen poll, released on Monday, think that based on what they've "seen and read," Biden has dementia -- and think he should address the issue publicly. 1 Former Vice President Joe Biden is seen here in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on ThursdayCredit: AP:Associated Press The poll, conducted via telephone and online, surveyed 1,000 likely voters from Thursday to Saturday and has a sampling error margin of +/- 3 percentage points. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go-to destination for the...
    WITH its delicious flakey pastry and savoury filling, there is nothing we love more than a Gregg's Steak Bake - and it's one of the things we missed most in lockdown. But while we always thought we were the ones who were little borderline obsessed, it appears one woman loves steak bakes so much that she unwittingly bought a rug which is a dead-ringer for the baked treat. Woah. A steak bake rug. pic.twitter.com/gPKRDZdm6z— Revolution Breakfast (@revbreakfast) June 24, 2020 Posting on the Facebook group DIY on a Budget Official, the woman gushed about how much she loved her new yellow rug - and was expecting others to say the same. However, it didn't take long before the group's 1.9m...
    U.S. Attorney General William Barr disputed the concept of “systemic racism” in America’s police departments Thursday, telling National Public Radio “it is wrong to demonize all the police” based on cherry-picked statistics. Steve Inskeep, a host of NPR’s Morning Edition, interviewed Barr about several subjects relating to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Trump Administration before shifting into a discussion of race and law enforcement, teed up by Barr’s recent remarks contesting “systemic racism” in the wake of several high-profile killings of black Americans like George Floyd in Minnesota and Breonna Taylor in Kentucky. “A black man in the United States, statistically, is far more likely to be shot by a police officer than someone of a different race,” Inskeep...
    Amid ongoing protests and Black Lives Matter activists calling for abolishing the police, one filmmaker decided to ask residents in two of New York City's neighborhoods what they thought about the proposal from the left. Ami Horowitz first went to the East Village in New York City, asking white liberals if they think it will help the black community. The responses showed apparent anger and hatred toward law enforcement. REP. LEE ZELDIN: DEFUNDING POLICE IS GREAT FOR CRIMINALS – BAD FOR CRIME VICTIMS "Absolutely," one man responded. "They're monsters." "I think that they (police) are disgusting," another man added. "I just f--ing hate the police and everything they stand for." BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - 2020/05/29: A participant holding a sign reading...
    Carolina Panthers coach Matt Rhule sounds open to kneeling during the national anthem. The national anthem debate and the protests surrounding the song are front and center in the world of sports ever since Drew Brees’ comments, and it sounds like Rhule is open to taking a knee with players. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Highlight: @readdanwrite asks @drewbrees what the star NFL quarterback thinks about “players kneeling again when the NFL season starts.”@drewbrees: “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country.” Full exchange: pic.twitter.com/MpCkFyOMed — Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) June 3, 2020 According to The Associated Press, he spoke about the subject...
    Famous people whove had COVID-19 House passes sweeping policing bill SB Nation Reacts: What do MLB fans think of the plan for a 60-game 2020 season? Will it all happen? Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send 30 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Nationals fans, sign up HERE to join SB Nation Reacts. Major League Baseball and the MLBPA have plans to start Spring Training 2.0 on July 1st and begin the 2020 campaign on either July 23rd or 24th. They’re going to try to play 60 games, and a regular postseason in October. The coronavirus might have other ideas, and when we asked the SB Nation Reacts...
    Thursday, during an interview with Washington Post national political reporter Robert Costa, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said while George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are off-limits, everything else is subject to scrutiny as far as tearing down Founders monuments. Costa asked, “Should art depicting slave owners, including our nation’s Founding Fathers, come down in the country.” Pelosi said, “Are you talking about the patriarch of our country George Washington, the author of our Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson? No. I don’t think they should come down.” When Costa asked what her message to protesters ripping down statues, Pelosi said, “I would say, rather than tearing down and defacing, why don’t we just have a review? Have a review in terms of,...
    A PHOTO of a creature swimming in Loch Ness has sparked fresh debate on whether a monster roams its waters. Some people think the image shows a catfish that has jumped into the loch but others say the snap is fake. 8This is the image that's causing so much debateCredit: Cover Images A man called Steve Challice, from Southampton, said he took the photo while on holiday in Scotland. Last September, he claims to have been at Castle Urquhart on the West bank of Loch Ness when he saw the ripple in the water. However he's not claiming to have witnessed the Loch Ness Monster. He said: "“In my opinion (and I'm no expert) I think it's a large fish...
    Rob Manfred knows many fans were angered by the financial fight between Major League Baseball and the players’ association during a pandemic. “We need to get back on the field, and we need to in a less-charged environment start to have conversations about how we — and the we in that sentence is the commissioner’s office, my staff, the clubs and the MLBPA and the players — can be better going forward,” he said Wednesday during an interview with The Associated Press. “We owe it to our fans to be better than we’ve been the last three months.” Spring training was cut short by the novel coronavirus on March 12. The sides reached an initial agreement on March 26,...
    Rob Manfred knows many fans were angered by the financial fight between Major League Baseball and the players’ association during a pandemic. “We need to get back on the field, and we need to in a less-charged environment start to have conversations about how we — and the we in that sentence is the commissioner’s office, my staff, the clubs and the MLBPA and the players — can be better going forward,” he said Wednesday during an interview with The Associated Press. “We owe it to our fans to be better than we’ve been the last three months.” Spring training was cut short by the novel coronavirus on March 12. The sides reached an initial agreement on March 26,...
    Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Bill Hemmer Reports,” Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) said the Michigan polls gauging the match-up between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden are too close to call. Discussing an outlier poll, Dingell said, “First of all, I didn’t believe that poll. The Polster who did that poll said we are 16 points up said October 6, 2016, that Hillary Clinton had it in the bag on October 26, 2016 said there was no way she could lose.” She continued, “Subsequent to that there have been two polls, one showing Joe Biden up two points and one showing him one point up. I think it’s competitive in Michigan. I think it’s five months...
    PHILADELPHIA -- A statue of Theodore Roosevelt at the American Museum of Natural History will be coming down in New York City. The museum says it conveys a racist message, and the great-great-grandson of the president, who lives in Philadelphia, agrees."If you look at it now, I think it gives the wrong message," said Kermit Roosevelt III, who's a professor at Penn Law.The statue has stood at the entrance to the museum in New York since 1940.READ MORE: Museum of Natural History to remove Theodore Roosevelt statue from front entrance EMBED More News Videos The statue of Theodore Roosevelt will be removed from the front steps of the American Museum of Natural History. On Sunday, the city announced the statue...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In the last week, there has been growing concern about the feasibility of an NFL season in the fall due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in various states across the country. With a few teams reporting positive COVID-19 test results over the course of the weekend and the NFL Player’s Association’s medical director advising players not to participate in private group workouts, hope seemed to be slipping away. That’s not the case for Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. Asked on a conference call Monday whether he was confident that the season will happen and start on time, Harbaugh said that while nobody can predict the future, he’s hopeful and believes it will happen. ‘I’m Not...
    Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz said on Monday that he expects prosecutions to come from Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham's investigation of the Russia probe's origins. “You already have over 1,000 pages of documentation from the inspector general, you have criminal referrals that have already been made by somebody who is very credible and very much a third-party and very objective,” Chaffetz told “America’s Newsroom.” “I think it goes above and beyond the Department of Justice. I think that’s what [Attorney General Bill Barr] and Durham are doing. I think they owe it to the American people to get that out there sooner rather than later.” AG BARR SAYS TRUMP HAS FIRED SDNY FEDERAL PROSECUTOR WHO REFUSED TO LEAVE; PRESIDENT SAYS HE'S 'NOT...
    SDI Productions If you are thinking about buying your first home, chances are you are saving up for a down payment. Yet that's not the only cash you'll have to come up with before you get the keys to your new place. And once you do, there are costs associated with starting up and maintaining your home. "It is always more than people think," said certified financial planner Sophia Bera, CEO and founder of Gen Y Planning, based in Austin, Texas. For instance, the median sale price of houses sold in the U.S. was $327,100 in the first quarter of 2020, according to the St. Louis Federal Reserve. Starter homes, however, are typically less expensive. The National Association of Realtors...
    BOSTON (CBS) — From the very start of the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL has marched full steam ahead with the 2020 offseason, aiming toward not only holding the regular season as scheduled but to do so with stadiums full of fans. Now in June, with OTAs and minicamps canceled and with multiple players and coaches from four NFL teams testing positive for COVID-19, such goals are really looking to be slightly optimistic. Whether or not the NFL manages to hold its season without a hitch remains to be seen. But Devin and Jason McCourty have their doubts. Speaking on their “Double Coverage” podcast, the veteran defensive backs shared their concerns with football’s plans to open training camp in late July in...
    Fox & Friends acknowledged that it might not have been wise for President Donald Trump to hold an indoor campaign rally in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. On Monday, the Fox News morning show broke down the possible reasons why Trump’s Tulsa rally ended up having a smaller crowd than anticipated (the campaign boasted of 1 million requests, some 6,000 showed up to half-fill the stadium). Brian Kilmeade noted that the Trump campaign will have to think about this ahead of their upcoming event in Arizona, now that the state has seen “a slight tick up” in coronavirus cases. “They have to think about how they want to do it from here,” Kilmeade said. “Let’s be honest, as experienced...
    Former national security adviser John BoltonJohn BoltonSunday shows preview: Bolton delivers bombshell while US tackles COVID-19, police brutality White House says it plans to ensure Bolton gets 'no profits' from book Trump touts ruling on Bolton book: 'Now he will have bombs dropped on him!' MORE defended his decision not to testify in the House impeachment inquiry into President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump mocked for low attendance at rally Trump suggests legislation that would jail people who burn the flag for a year Trump makes defiant return to campaign stage amid controversies MORE, telling ABC’s Martha Raddatz that his testimony would not have made a difference in the outcome. “I don't think it would have made a difference because of the...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher said that there appears to be a debate on the left about whether America is “irredeemable or whether we are saveable.” And the view that America is not redeemable wasn’t “the view of Barack Obama, or certainly, of Martin Luther King.” Maher said, “It does seem like there is a debate going on, certainly on the left, about whether we are irredeemable or whether we are saveable.” After citing a New York Times op-ed, “Yes, We Mean Literally Abolish the Police,” Maher stated, “These are the folks, there are people who believe that things in this country cannot be saved. Now, I don’t think this was the view of Barack Obama, or...
    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Ben Caron weighed in on historic statues being removed across the country Friday, saying he believes we should not erase history. In an interview with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer, Carson was asked about the removal of statues of historical figures such as Christopher Columbus and Thomas Jefferson, to which he responded by saying it is “rather silly” and described why he thinks they should remain standing. Hemmer also mentioned Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s decision to have four paintings of former Speakers who served in the Confederacy removed from the U.S. Capitol. WATCH: “Ohio, has decided yesterday to remove the statue of Columbus. There is a push in New York City...
    Former US national men's soccer team coach Bruce Arena has questioned whether the "The Star-Spangled Banner" -- the American national anthem -- should be played at professional sporting events in the States. Speaking to ESPN's Taylor Twellman, Arena said, "I think it puts people in awkward positions. "We don't use the national anthem in movie theaters and on Broadway, other events in the United States and I don't think it's appropriate to have a national anthem before a baseball game, an MLS game." Arena added: "You think about it in Major League Soccer, most of the players that are standing on the field during the national anthem are international players, they're not even Americans. "So why are we playing the national anthem? With all due...
    Talking to ESPN’s Taylor Twellman, Arena reported, “I think it places individuals in uncomfortable positions.“We you should not use the national anthem in movie theaters and on Broadway, other gatherings in the United States and I will not think it can be appropriate to have a national anthem in advance of a baseball activity, an MLS video game.” Arena added: “You think about it in Big League Soccer, most of the players that are standing on the discipline through the countrywide anthem are global gamers, they are not even Americans. “So why are we enjoying the countrywide anthem? With all due regard, I are living in the finest country in the planet but I assume it is really inappropriate.” ‘I...
    The coach of the United States men’s soccer team between 1998-2006 and 2016-17 told ESPN that he thinks it’s “inappropriate” to play the U.S. national anthem before professional sporting events. Bruce Arena, who currently coaches the New England Revolution in the Major Soccer League, stated of the penchant for kneeling among some pro athletes: Well, today I understand why people are kneeling. We saw it with the women. We saw it in the NFL. I think if they’re respectful, it’s appropriate. I would tell you this: I’m the most patriotic person you’re ever going to be around. As the national team coach at times, the national anthem, I was in tears — honored to represent the United States in World...
    (This is the first in a series of stories about technology stocks that investors may be overlooking.) International Business Machines Corp. has suffered disparagement like no other large-cap tech name because the 109-year-old company has seemingly failed to innovate, while tens of billions of dollars spent on stock buybacks didn’t help investors. But the company appears to be moving in the right direction, setting up a potentially attractive long-term investment for those with patience, according to Victoria Greene, a portfolio manager at G Squared Private Wealth. G Squared is based in College Station, Texas, and has about $500 million in assets under management in private accounts. “ ‘IBM’s artificial intelligence is leaps and bounds ahead of competitors, since...
    Police in Portland have arrested dozens of ordinary people with no organizational ties at 'antifa' counter-protests, including this woman last Aug. 17. It’s unlikely that Martin Gugino, the 75-year-old activist labeled an “antifa provocateur” by Donald Trump this week for the sin of being knocked to the pavement on video by police in Buffalo, New York, ever in fact identified as a member of an “antifa” group. Not that it would make any difference to Trump, who only wanted to dehumanize and demonize the man by casting him as an embodiment of the right’s favorite bogeyman in the Trump era. For most Americans, the first question is: What the hell is “antifa” anyway? The answer: A lot of things, some...
    Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka ripped the NFL and called on teams to take a flier on Colin Kaepernick despite the quarterback being out of the league for more than three years. Osaka told Reuters on Wednesday that Kaepernick’s message about racial injustice and police brutality is more relevant than ever and that he should be able to get his job back. Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem to protest racial injustice and police brutality during the 2016 season. SAINTS' MALCOLM JENKINS THINKS THE NFL NEEDS TO ADDRESS COLIN KAEPERNICK TO 'END UP ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF HISTORY' “Colin has been putting this message out since 2016. It took a pandemic, an economic crisis and a torturous murder on camera, all at...
    (CNN)New Orleans Saints' Malcolm Jenkins says the NFL needs to apologize to Colin Kaepernick.Speaking to CBS This Morning on Tuesday, the 12-year NFL veteran said the league hasn't yet "gotten it right.""Until they apologize specifically to Colin Kaepernick or assign him to a team, I don't think that they will end up on the right side of history," he said. Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, has been unsigned to a team since 2017, after he began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality. Sorry is too little and too late, Roger GoodellFollowing the death of George Floyd last month, hundreds -- both protesters and police officers -- have taken a knee during demonstrations across the US.Read...
    Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway criticized the media Tuesday for their coverage of the clearing of protesters from Washington, D.C.'s Lafayette Park last week, taking particular issue with the idea that peaceful protesters were attacked by law enforcement. "The biggest problem is, I think we knew that the situation outside the White House was extremely bad, so bad that the Secret Service recommended Trump take precautions and go to the bunker," Hemingway told on the "Guy Benson Show" on Fox News Radio. "I think most reasonable people, regardless of their political viewpoints, don't want our federal government to be in a position where rioters are putting the operation of the government at risk," Hemingway went. "And so we know the situation is bad....
    We’re getting to the point where summer weather is the norm, which means we’re doing everything in our power to stay cool. That includes forgetting about wearing sleeves for the foreseeable future. In honor of that movement, we’ve rounded up the best tank dresses you can find on Amazon, so that if you’re stuck in the sweltering summer heat, at least you’ll look good. Missufe Women's Sleeveless Racerback Tank Dress
    Celebrities from Katy Perry and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to Susan Sarandon are shining a light on police brutality by posting completely black photos on social media -- but not everyone thinks it’s a good idea. When posting a solid black block on Instagram, many celebrities used the hashtags #BlackoutTuesday and #justiceforgeorgefloyd. Blackout Tuesday is just one of the many forms of protest some have participated in as the nation grapples with George Floyd's death. Jon Bon Jovi, Steve Harvey, Don Cheadle, Kevin Bacon, Mandy Moore, Tiffany Trump, Ben Affleck, Ryan Reynolds, Jamie Lee Curtis and Chelsea Handler are among the dozens of other celebrities who have participated. TIFFANY TRUMP JOINS #BLACKOUTTUESDAY MOVEMENT IN SOLIDARITY WITH GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTERS CNN’s A.J. Willingham wrote...
    Netflix's original series Space Force boasts an incredibly talented cast—Steve Carell, Lisa Kudrow and John Malkovich, to name a few. But despite the superstar names and the promise of becoming the next great workplace comedy, Space Force is being slammed by some viewers and critics. There's a possibility the show had too much to love up, considering it both stars Carell and was co-created by him and Greg Daniels, the sitcom whiz involved with several iconic shows, including NBC's beloved version of The Office. Much to the dismay of Dunder-Mifflin die-hards, Space Force's humor is different from The Office, and Michael Scott is nowhere to be found. Carell plays a similarly tone-deaf character who leads America's new military branch, Space...
    For once, Nike is telling its fans “Don’t Do It.” But the twist on its famous slogan is for a good cause: a public service announcement tackling racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd, which has led to protests throughout the country. Instead of the athletic company’s famed, “Just Do It” slogan, the short Instagram video begins with the words, “Don’t Do It.” “For once, Don’t do It. Don’t pretend there’s not a problem in America. Don’t turn your back on racism. Don’t accept innocent lives being taken from us. Don’t make any more excuses. Don’t think this doesn’t affect you. Don’t sit back and be silent,” reads the all-text post, featuring white letters on a black...
    (CNN)Karen Sun is a far cry from the "Karen" meme that has spread widely over social media in recent years.Aside from a shared first name, Sun -- a 23-year-old Chinese-American -- doesn't exactly match the stereotype of a middle-aged, middle class white woman who, to use Sun's words, acts like she "can get whatever she wants."But Sun, who has spent years working in the fast food industry, has encountered their fair share of "Karens." And many have. A "Karen" is generally defined as someone who throws a tantrum at a Starbucks. Who asks to speak to the manager over the slightest inconvenience. Who uses tears to get what she wants. It's also someone who calls the police on black people...