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    A MUM has hit back at trolls criticising her 18-month-old daughter's unique name, insisting she still loves it. In a recent TikTok video alongside her little girl, singer and influencer CC Clarke found herself subjected to cruel comments about the unusual moniker. 2Singer and influencer CC Clarke hit back at trolls who criticised her daughter Birdyblue's unique nameCredit: CC Clarke / TIKTOK 2The tot is 18 months old but CC insists she still loves the unique monikerCredit: CC Clarke / TIKTOK "HAHAH BIRDYBLUE that kid gonna get bullied but okkk," one person wrote. "Glad she won’t be at school with you Faye," CC replied in a video on TikTok. "My little Birdyblue is 18months already." But in the comments on her video, other people were quick to insist that they love the name. Read more on Baby namesTHE NAME GAME My wife chose names for our daughters - now I’ve found out why she liked themNAME CHANGER I want to change my one-and-a-half year old daughter's name "No she will have loads of friends because she...
    It’s uncommon for a player to peak in his second decade in the NBA. But at 32, DeMar DeRozan is redefining what’s possible for himself on the basketball court. DeRozan achieved plenty of firsts in his 13th season — a career-best 10-game streak in February of scoring more than 30 points and his highest scoring average as a pro. As he leads the Chicago Bulls into the first round of the NBA playoffs against the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks beginning Sunday, DeRozan doesn’t want his success to be defined by his age. “It’s crazy. I watch games these days and I see guys that are 28, 29, and the analysts say, ‘You know, he’s an older guy now.’” DeRozan said. “And it’s like, what’s old? Being 30, 31, 32, that’s not old to me.” DeRozan scored 27.9 points per game in his first season in Chicago, a 6.3-point leap from 2020-21 in San Antonio. DeRozan excelled in the fourth quarters of games, becoming the first player in NBA history to hit a winning 3-pointer on back-to-back nights, defying odds even...
    MODESTO (CBS13) — Kris Houser of Modesto will spend another holiday weekend without his wife who died from COVID-19 in the fall of 2020. Even as the country returns to a more normal way of life, for Kris Houser, the grief still lingers. READ MORE: Downtown Sacramento Brings Back Concerts In The ParkAfter 21 Christmases together, over-the-top decorations are a cherished memory for Kris and his son, Jude. “I don’t decorate the house like she used to,” Kris said. We first interviewed Kris shortly after his wife, Brandy, died. She died on November 13, 2020. The day after, 7,964 new COVID cases were reported. On March 22, 2022, the day we spoke to Kris for this story, the number of new cases had dropped to 1,294. “The variants are less and there are less strains out there and we’re getting back to normal,” he said. But as the world returns to normal, regulations relax and faces can be seen once again, for some, life won’t ever be as it was. READ MORE: 'More Courage To Fight': Local Group Collects Combat...
    A dramatic week in the battle for World Cup qualification lies ahead, with 29 of 32 spots for Qatar this winter set to be determined in the coming days.  The qualification process - which is split between six confederations - has been ongoing since the summer of 2019, but the majority of nations will imminently decide their fate with a number of key clashes ahead.  Some 11 European countries are still battling for three remaining spots, with 10 nations having already qualified, though the process has been extended following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, with the latter's clash against Scotland postponed until June.  The 2022 World Cup, which will be the first-ever winter tournament, will be held in Qatar It's not just those in Europe vying for an all-important plane ticket to Qatar, however, with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah to go head-to-head once again as the African sides complete their qualification bids.    Canada meanwhile are on the brink of a historic qualification, while Australia face a fierce battle for an automatic spot.  Sportsmail takes you through the qualification processes...
    (CNN)Heavy snow and strong winds are expected to slam some metro areas in the Northeast this weekend and millions will likely be under winter storm watches starting Friday.Forecasters expect eastern Massachusetts, including Boston, and Rhode Island will see significant impacts, with the expectation of 8 to 16 inches of snow combined with wind gusts up to 60 mph.Five million people in the region will be under a winter storm watch effective Friday night through Saturday evening, according to the National Weather Service. The storm is expected to form in the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of Georgia, then rapidly strengthen -- a process known as bombogenesis -- overnight Friday and track up the East Coast Saturday, though specifics on the impact remain unclear. Sign up for weather email alertsRead More"This storm is likely to strengthen at a rate, and to an intensity, equivalent to only the most powerful hurricanes, so the high-end potential of this storm cannot be overstated. But with nor'easters, like in real estate, it will all come down to location, location, location," CNN meteorologist Brandon Miller...
    Transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, 22, was back in the pool on Saturday where she continued to beat fellow swimmers, leaving them in her wake. Competing during an NCAA college swimming meet with Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, Thomas won the Women's 100m and Women's 200m Freestyle races, although the margin's were far narrower than in previous races she won in 2021.  Thomas won her 100m race in 50.55 seconds with her closest competitor coming in at 51.51. In the 200m race, she won in 1:47.08 with the second place being secured in 1:48.44.  Penn transgender swimmer Lia Thomas competes in the 200 meter freestyle during an NCAA college swimming meet with Harvard on Saturday Penn transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, right, towers over her teammates as she dries off after after warming up with the team before the  NCAA college swimming meet with Harvard Penn transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, center, competes against Harvard's Erin Cavanagh, left, and Harvard's Felici Passadyn at the start of the women's 200 meter freestyle race during the an NCAA college swimming meet ...
    Feeling overwhelmed by the sensation that you’re going to be sick is one of the most miserably debilitating experiences — pity, then, people who live with nausea, feeling severely sick for days, weeks, even months on end. Experts say that for many people living with long-term conditions, the nausea this causes can be the worst part of their illness. ‘It is so debilitating that it stops people living their daily lives,’ says Gareth Sanger, a professor of neuropharmacology at the Blizard Institute at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.  ‘Research has found that patients are so desperate to escape chronic nausea that they say they would even be prepared to gamble on taking a theoretical pill that would have a 50/50 chance of curing them or killing them. It’s that bad.’ Experts say that for many people living with long-term conditions, the nausea this causes can be the worst part of their illness Recent research found that a quarter of women affected by severe, persistent nausea and vomiting during pregnancy suffered suicidal thoughts as a result. Chronic...
    VIDEO4:5204:52Pollster Frank Luntz breaks down Virginia, New Jersey governor racesSquawk Box GOP pollster and strategist Frank Luntz predicted Tuesday that Republican Glenn Youngkin is likely to defeat Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Virginia's close gubernatorial race, setting up a shaky midterm season for President Joe Biden and his party next year. On CNBC's "Squawk Box," Luntz said, "There's about an 80% chance that the Republican nominee beats Terry McAuliffe," who served as Virginia governor from 2014 to 2018. Youngkin is a former CEO of private equity giant The Carlyle Group. "The Democrat is the incumbent and it looks like the incumbent is going to lose," Luntz added. Democrat Ralph Northam, the current governor Virginia, can't run for re-election because governors can't serve more than one term in a row in the commonwealth. Pollsters and politicians look to Virginia as a predictor of the midterms, when control of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate will be up for grabs. "There have been four times when the party that's been on the outs has won the House from the incumbents, four...
    Lego has vowed to remove gender stereotypes from its toys, after a survey revealed how boys fear they will be 'made fun of' if they play with toys marketed for girls. The famous Danish firm, the world's largest toymaker, says its products are primarily used by young boys. But it says it will now work to remove gender bias from its toys and push towards products aimed at both genders. Bosses of the plastic brick toy firm have heralded products like Lego Dots and Lego City Wildlife Rescue as the way forward. They say the company, which built up sales to £4.95billion last year, was 'working hard to make Lego more inclusive'. It comes after a report by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media - set up by Oscar-winning US actor turned activist Geena Davis - found that seventy-one per cent of boys surveyed feared they would be made fun of if they played with what they described as 'girls' toys'. Lego has vowed to remove gender stereotypes from its toys, after a survey revealed how boys fear they...
    Several House Democrats, including military veterans, called on President Joe Biden on Tuesday to extend the August 31 deadline for American troop withdraw in Afghanistan.   Their concern comes as Biden told G7 leaders on Tuesday that he was holding firm to the date despite pressure from world leaders to keep boots on the ground to avoid a humanitarian crisis as thousands seek to flee Kabul.  But Democrats echoed the concerns of several European leaders, who worry there is not enough time to evacuate all the Afghanis who aided the United States in its battle against al Qaeda.  Biden now faces criticism from his own party, Republicans, and the international community about his handling of the evacuation. Questions have been raised about why it wasn't started sooner.   House lawmakers received a briefing from Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Tuesday in the basement of the Capitol, where several Democrats emerged to call for an extension of the deadline. Democratic Rep. Jason Crow of Colorado, a former Army Ranger who served two tours in Afghanistan, said troops...
    Nearly a third of Republicans believe there's a chance former President Donald Trump will be 'reinstated' to the presidency at some point this year, according to a Morning Consult/Politico Poll published Wednesday.   The poll comes two days before some of Trump's most active conspiracy theorists predicted he'd be back: August 13.     The survey, which was conducted between June 4 and 7, found 29 per cent of Republicans believed Trump could be reinstated in 2021 - with 17 per cent saying it's very likely and another 12 per cent saying it's somewhat likely.  Nearly a third of Republicans believe there's a chance former President Donald Trump will be 'reinstated' to the presidency at some point this year  New polling from Morning Consult/Politico found that nearly 30 per cent of Republicans believed there was some change former President Donald Trump could be reinstated in 2021 Slightly more GOP women believed Trump could be back than GOP men.    While 17 per cent of both Republican men and women agreed that it was very likely Trump could be reinstated, 14 per cent...
    Let’s remember that it was on June 12 when Yuya shared with his followers a photograph and a video to share the happy news with his millions of followers. That first time, both Yuya, like his partner, the singer Siddhartha, they shared that they would be parents soon and that it was a baby, which until now they refer to as ‘Mar’. With this image Siddhartha and Yuya announced that they will become parents. (Instagram / Siddhartha) Then came some first photos and several stories that the businesswoman also shared, because she has remained very close to her fans, in fact, through that means, she shared her idea of ​​not buying maternity clothes, because she feels that she would not use it much. However, until now there was a great mystery: when will Mar be born? Judging by the size of her belly, it was easy to think that there was little time left, however, there are still two months until Yuya becomes a mother for the first time. @soyyopaw Yuya talking about her motherhood...
    The Trump Organization's structure is fairly different from most of its caliber. Unlike large corporations such as Walmart or General Motors, the Trump Organization does not have a board of directors. There is actually just one director: Donald Trump. While most would assume this would be all the more reason to convict Trump, a new report highlights why that may still be a difficult feat to execute as "it is largely a distinction without a difference." According to The HuffPost, Tim O'Brien, a Trump biographer whom Trump failed to sue for publishing details about his net worth, explained how the Trump Organization actually works. "The Trump Organization is an avatar for Donald Trump, in every way imaginable: financially, emotionally, and psychologically," said O'Brien. "The core company is a mom-and-pop shop on Fifth Avenue." The discussions come as the Trump Organization faces a tax-fraud indictment. On July 1, prosecutors filed charges accusing the organization and its former chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg of evading taxes by improperly documenting top employees' salaried income as "fringe benefits" or independent contractor compensation. While...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A stretch of Broadway was shut down and the street transformed into outdoor dining for part of last summer to help struggling restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, a grant will help this neighborhood, and 14 others, do something similar. The goal is to jump start businesses. But there’s still one big hurdle: Getting workers to come back. READ MORE: Deal Reached To Create Database Of Chicago Police Officer Misconduct “Let’s not kid ourselves,” said Maureen Martino, executive director of the East Lakeview Chamber of Commerce. “A lot of these businesses still have to make up for a lot of lost revenue.” But Martino says being one of 15 winners of the city’s Chicago Alfresco grant could end up being a big business boost. In this neigbhorhood’s case, helping it enhance the overall outdoor dining and alfresco experience–when  two blocks of North Broadway are again shut down two weekends a month this summer. Martino says East Lakeview’s chamber will get a $50,000 grant, which will be used for lighting, planters, security and the like. A total of...
    Extreme policies, average statistics raise questions around Floridas Covid-19 data Dems pine to face Ron Johnson just one more time © Provided by Dot Esports New reports suggest the Electronic Entertainment Expo, widely known as E3, which was reported to be working on a new digital event for June, is moving forward with a different look.  The event will rebrand to the Electronic Entertainment Experience and could potentially include a new on-demand service for some of its features, according to the Video Games Chronicle. At one point, the ESA was considering charging consumers $35 for “premium” access, according to VGC reporter Andy Robinson. VGC said the company wants to partner with Nvidia to power the demos using its GeForce Now platform. But it appears that the ESA is also “willing to scrap the proposal, following negative feedback.” The official E3 account responded to these reports, saying that “E3’s 2021 digital show is a free event for all attendees” and “real news” for the event is coming soon. But Robinson said the company still had not responded to his questions...
    Cairo — Marine traffic through the Suez Canal remained blocked on Friday for the fourth consecutive day, with dozens of ships stuck at both the north and south entrances to the shortest route between Asia and Europe. Efforts to dislodge one of the world's largest cargo vessels, stuck sideways across the narrow canal since Tuesday, were picking up, and while one of the teams in charge of the operation said it could take weeks, an advisor to Egypt's president offered a more optimistic time table.   Mohab Mamish, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's advisor on seaports and the former chairman of the Suez Canal Authority, told the AFP news agency on Thursday that navigation through the canal "will resume again within 48-72 hours, maximum."  An image released on March 25, 2021 by Egypt's Suez Canal Authority shows tug boats alongside the hull of the MV Ever Given container ship, which was stuck across the canal for a third day.  Suez Canal Authority Mamish cited his "experience with several rescue operations of this kind" and said he knew "every centimeter of the...
    New York : Paris Hilton has already chosen the name of her future son. Photo: Gregg DeGuire / . After four decades that have been marked, first, by her wildest stage as the soul of all parties and later by her hectic schedule as a business woman, Paris hilton finally feels ready to carry a “normal life” with her fiancé Carter Reum, which means stopping traveling 250 days a year. “I am in an unbeatable moment, I have never felt happier. I’m at home with my boyfriend and he’s wonderful ”, has assured in an interview to the Tatler magazine, in which he has insisted on the idea that he has already done everything he had to do and is dying to tackle the next chapter. In your case, that includes starting your own family. And although she doesn’t know yet when she will dare to have her first child, she already knows what his name will be. Hint: she lives up to what you would expect from a celebrity like her. “It will be...
    Amid a surge in migrants at the southern border, White House press secretary Jen Psaki maintained Tuesday that a "majority" of people who arrive at the border are turned away.  "The majority of people that come to the border will be turned away," Psaki said, repeating a statement she’s made in the past to assure that a more lax border policy was not allowing a free-rein inflow of migrants.  The Biden administration has ended a slew of Trump-era immigration policies Psaki said were "immoral and inhumane," but maintains that due to a Trump-era coronavirus restriction on immigration, Title 42, many migrants and asylum seekers, including children with families, are turned away.  BORDER NUMBERS EXPECTED TO SHOW WAVE AS MIGRANT CHILDREN IN CUSTODY TRIPLES, BIDEN DHS ASKS FOR HELP  Still, Psaki is not looking to label the situation at the border as a "crisis."  "I don’t think we need to sit here and put new labels on what we’ve already conveyed is challenging," Psaki told reporters in the briefing room. "If this doesn’t qualify as a crisis, what does?" another reporter pressed....
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