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    Joe Burrow (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Joe Burrow is getting familiar with his Cincinnati Bengals teammates. The Cincinnati Bengals have yet to sign No. 1 pick Joe Burrow but that hasn’t stopped the LSU Heisman-winning quarterback from working out with his new teammates. Nervous Bengals fans should take solace in the fact that Burrow isn’t planning a holdout or refusing to sign. In fact, he’s spent his time getting comfortable with his new teammates. Burrow was spotted working out with a few of his new Cincinnati coworkers, including second-year tight end Drew Sample, former New Orleans Saints safety Vonn Bell and defensive end Sam Hubbard, whom Burrow played with during his days as a backup at Ohio State. Joe...
    The heat is getting to New Yorkers of all shapes and sizes. A raccoon was spotted seeking respite from the sweltering summer sun in Queens on Sunday — refusing to budge from the steps of 61st Street-Woodside Subway station of the 7 line. NYPD’s ESU team had to coax the critter into a crate to safely remove it from the station. The humans of New York, meanwhile, flocked to public beaches and parks to sweat out the low-90 temperatures. Jones and Orient beaches were so packed so early that the state was forced to start turning visitors away around 9:30 a.m. There is no relief in the offing for the city, though. Monday will be even hotter, climbing to...
    Misael Romero (27) Photo: Nassau County Police Department / Courtesy Misael Romero was arrested on suspicion of stealing more than $ 40 thousand dollars from a 95-year-old woman posing as her grandson, through a phone scam in Long Island (NY), authorities said. The victim received a call on Monday from a person claiming to be her grandson, saying that he had been arrested and I needed to post a bond of $ 8,500 dollars. Later, a man came to the home in Farmingdale and took the money on behalf of the alleged grandson, Nassau police said. The next day, they contacted the victim by phone twice and were told that the alleged grandson needed more money....
    BILL Gates has warned that multiple doses of any coronavirus vaccine could be necessary as he slammed Donald Trump's handling of the pandemic. Microsoft billionaire Gates said "serious mistakes" have been made by the White House as he predicted schools could be closed until fall 2021. 4Bill Gates warned vaccines could take multiple dosesCredit: CBS Speaking during an interview with Norah O'Donnell on CBS News, Gates said he had faith in the development of a coronavirus vaccine. However, he warned it could take an "unbelievably big number" of doses to beat the virus. He said: "None of the vaccines at this point appear like they'll work with a single dose. "That was the hope at the very beginning." However, he...
    The three friends beaten and shot dead on a night of fishing in Florida 'may have been boxed in' by cars, police said Monday.  Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told WPCV: 'We don't know at this point...if someone flagged them down and boxed them up in the middle of the road.'  Damion Tillman, 23; Keven Springfield, 30; and Brandon Rollins, 27, all died in the Friday night massacre. They were found by Cyril Rollins, the father of Brandon, who managed to call for help just before he died. Sheriff Judd said the shock of finding his son dying alongside his two friends sent Cyril to hospital later in the day.  Tillman had traveled alone to the spot, police said. His...
    (CNN)Quick testing and quick reporting of results are needed for contact tracing to be as effective as it can be, new research finds.Testing that takes five days or longer is of little use, researchers from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands reported Thursday in the journal Lancet Public Health. "In our model, minimizing testing delays had the largest impact on reducing transmission of the virus and testing infrastructure is therefore the most critical factor for the success of a contact tracing system," Marc Bonten, who helped lead the study, said in a statement. Covid-19 testing: A spike in demand, a delay on resultsContact tracing is considered the gold standard for fighting an epidemic of infectious disease, but it requires...
    Elaborate U.S. Air Force wargaming against potential major adversaries has again reinforced the services’ growth assessment request to still increase service size to 386 squadrons, up from 312. “We are doing lots of war games against peer competitors and came out to 386. That number is still the goal and then getting the right mix of the right squadrons and making sure they are ready to meet our nation’s demands,” General Stephen Wilson, Air Force Vice Chief of Staff, told The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies in a recent interview. Wilson, and his former fellow Air Force pilot Lieutenant General David Deptula, Dean of the Mitchell Institute, both served during Desert Storm in the early 1990s when the Air Force...
    A California waitress has said she 'did what needed to be done' when she told a Silicon Valley entrepreneur he had to leave because of his racist abuse. Gennica Cochran, a server at Lucia restaurant in Carmel Valley, California, escorted Michael Lofthouse, 37, out of the restaurant after he yelled 'Trump is going to f*** you' at an Asian family enjoying a meal out on Fourth of July. The British CEO of Solid8, a small tech company, called Jordan Chan and her family a 'f***ing Asian piece of s**t' during the racist tirade. 'I felt very protective of them,' Cochran told KGO-TV. 'It was just something that came over me and I just did what needed to be done. 'I did...
    Son and Lloris had to be kept apart by their teammates. Twitter/Sky Sports Premier League Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho says a halftime bust up between two of his players, in which they had to be separated by teammates, was "beautiful." Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min clashed at the interval of the team's 1-0 win over Everton after an enraged Lloris ran over to Son and pushed him. Lloris later told reporters he was angry with Son's failure to carry out his defensive duties late in the first half.  "Beautiful," Mourinho told Sky Sports when asked about the incident. "It is something needed for the team to grow up." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tottenham Hotspur...
    A grandmother-of-one whose fiancé is 39 years her junior has told how she ditched her pals after they disapproved of her younger beau. Pam Shasteen, 60, was devastated when her best friends labelled Jonathan Langevin, 21, 'young enough to be her grandson' and told Pam she 'needed therapy.' Since then the loved-up couple, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, have refused to let cruel comments affect them and insist age is just a number. Pam, a counsellor, says: 'I still can't believe my friends of over 30 years couldn't be happy for me just because Jonathan is 21. Jonathan is the love of my life and I don't care what anyone thinks.' Pam Shasteen, 60, whose fiancé Jonathan Langevin, 21, is 39 years her...
    Hand washing and physical distancing may play an equal role in defeating Covid-19 as finding a vaccine, a global health chief said yesterday. Dr Hans Kluge said it is ‘possible’ a vaccine will be available within a year but warned that this would not be a ‘silver bullet’. The Europe chief of the World Health Organisation made his comments in an interview with the Daily Mail. Dr Hans Kluge does not believe a vaccine will automatically end the pandemic as there are no guarantees it will work for everybody He does not believe a vaccine will automatically end the pandemic as there are no guarantees it will work for everybody. Dr Kluge also raised fears that not all countries will...
    Michael Clay, 45, was the head of the Urban and Regional Planning in the Geography Department at BYU in Utah when he allegedly abused the student A professor from a private Utah university owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been accused of sexually abusing a female student and is said to have inappropriately touched her during some of 20 meetings in his office which he made her keep secret. Michael James Clay, 45, was the head of the Urban and Regional Planning in the Geography Department at Brigham Young University (BYU) and according to the complaint from the alleged victim – who is originally from another country – gave her a priesthood blessing and...
    At least 110 humans would be needed to start a new civilization on Mars, a study has calculated. That number would ensure enough tools and commodities could be produced before supplies run out. Any human colony would have to set up home in an oxygen-filled dome and start their own agriculture and other industries. The study assumes support from Earth has been cut off due to war, failing resources, or settlers declaring an independent republic. In 2015’s “The Martian,” Matt Damon’s character Mark Watney was stranded there. But space expert Professor Jean-Marc Salotti estimates he could have set up a permanent home if he had 109 colleagues. AP The scientist, at France’s Bordeaux Institut National Polytechnique, used a mathematical model...
    President Trump on Friday ripped Joe Biden for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s claim that US troops would be needed to remove him from the White House should he lose the election. “Look, Joe’s not all there, everybody knows it and it’s sad when you look at it and you see it, you see it for yourself. He’s created his own sanctuary city in that basement, wherever he is, and he doesn’t come out,” the president said during an interview with Fox News host Harris Faulkner. Biden, who has been campaigning from his basement and within a day’s drive of his Delaware home, said this week that the president wouldn’t go quietly if he loses a close election. “It’s my...