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    THERE are plenty of puzzles and brain teasers out there to do for fun. But there's one riddle that may reveal a dark secret about yourself if you can guess it right. 3A TikToker named Mark, who's known for his clever riddles, shared a riddle that could reveal something dark about your personalityCredit: TikTok / Markmud08 3The riddle asks you to solve who killed Mrs. Smith based on witness statementsCredit: TikTok / Markmud08 According to a TikToker named Mark, police can tell if you're a psychopath if you can correctly guess his riddle correctly. Mark shared his perplexing riddle in a video, which had over 6 million viewers tuning in for an answer. The riddle starts as follows: "Mrs. Smith was killed in her home on a Sunday evening. "There were five people in the house at the time of the murder. The police asked them what they were doing at the time of Mrs. Smith's murder." Read more revealing brain teasersEYE SAY! This artsy optical illusion reveals a lot about your personalityEYE CATCHING...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A red light along Pittsburgh’s winding roads means you should stop. READ MORE: Crash Shuts Down Part Of I-79 SouthboundA red light atop the city’s Gulf Tower means you should be weather aware, as the KDKA meteorologists have declared a First Alert Day. READ MORE: Police: 2 Deaths In Pennsylvania House Fire Ruled HomicidesAnd that’s exactly what Thursday and Friday are — First Alert Days. Effective immediately, whenever you see red on top of the tower, that’s your clue that inclement weather is approaching, if it hasn’t arrived already. KDKA is thrilled about its new partnership with Rugby Realty, and thanks COO Larry Walsh for helping make this happen. MORE NEWS: Pennsylvania State Police Liquor Enforcement Officer Arrested On Child Sex Abuse ChargesYou can get the latest weather details on KDKA-TV, but if we’re not in a newscast, you can always turn to KDKA.com, the CBS Pittsburgh app or CBS News Pittsburgh on your streaming device.
    COSTA MESA, Calif. (KABC) -- Students at Early College High School in Costa Mesa are getting a unique look at what it means to serve in the military.They have special guests speakers during history class: veterans from the Freedom Committee of Orange County's Living History program."We know Memorial Day and Veterans Day. We hear about that but we never really get to see firsthand experience of what someone would have to go (through)," said student Nicole McMillan, who said she learned about how the Navy works.It was the first time since the pandemic started that veterans came in-person to give presentations about their military journey."Any veterans we've had in my family were like great grandparents so I don't get to hear first hand stories. Hearing (them) really makes things seem closer to home," said Bella Eve.Among the veteran presenters was Senior Chief Gary Tegel, who served in the Navy."It's such a blessing being able to come to tell my story... to kids. It's especially impactful because I grew up here. I grew up in Newport Beach," he said.The mission is...
    BERKELEY — Cal coach Justin Wilcox didn’t have to be talked into it. “Offensively, I think that’s the best we’ve played — I don’t think there’s any question of that,” he said after the Bears’ 39-25 win over Oregon State on Saturday night in front of an announced crowd of 38,572 at Memorial Stadium. With two wins in a row for the first time since 2019, Cal heads to next week to Arizona — loser of 20 straight games — still with a belief it can make its way back from a 1-5 start to a bowl game. The Bears (3-5, 2-3 Pac-12) play USC, Stanford and UCLA — the latter two on the road — after Arizona, and they must win three of four to reach six wins and become bowl eligible. As they move forward, the Bears can lean on the progress they’ve shown offensively, which often in recent seasons hasn’t played up to the level of the Cal defense. Let’s look at what the Bears did on offense Saturday against an Oregon...
    Maxim and MADE special. Celebrate Teyana Taylor at their Annual Maxim Hot 100 Event MADE special. @bymadespecial Teyana Taylor is the first Black woman to be named 'Sexiest Woman Alive' by Maxim. Taylor told Insider that sexiness is about your charisma and how someone chooses to carry themself. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. History was made on June 7, when Maxim announced Teyana Taylor as the first Black "Sexiest Woman Alive" since the magazine's launch in 1995. A red carpet celebration of the star's new title occurred in Hollywood on July 13. "I'm just honored to be the sexiest woman alive in some cargo pants and a wife-beater," Taylor, 30, told Insider of the accolade. "But as far as being the first Black sexiest woman? That should have been done a long time ago." Harlem-born Taylor is known for her roles as a dancer-choreographer, singer-songwriter, actor-director, and fashion designer. She has worked behind the scenes and in front of the camera — crossing paths with industry giants such as Pharrell Williams and Kanye West. The artist...
    Ursula von der Leyen says she just wants ‘fairness’ from the manufaturers – JOHN THYS/AFP This was first published in The Telegraph’s Refresher newsletter. For more facts and explanation behind the week’s biggest political stories, sign up to the Refresher here – straight to your inbox every Wednesday afternoon for free. What’s the story? While the UK’s vaccine rollout has surpassed all expectations and immunised more than half of British adults, the same is not true of the efforts of our European cousins. EU politicians and diplomats are under extreme pressure to explain to voters why the bloc has managed to vaccinate barely 12 per cent of its eligible population, while it continues to export millions of doses of different vaccines abroad. European leaders will use a crunch meeting on Thursday to take steps to prevent vaccines (or their ingredients) being exported to countries that have their own manufacturing capability and a strong vaccine drive. The plans, announced in a press conference on Wednesday, could mean the supply of jabs to Britain is restricted, which some believe could put the...
              Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio. Leahy: We are joined in studio now by the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael. Crom, good morning. Carmichael: Michael, good morning, sir. Leahy: Crom, I’ve been thinking about this question I want to ask you, what really is Joe Biden up to? Carmichael: Well we need to go back to first principles. And our Declaration of Independence describes it as well as it can be described. And that is and that is that under God, God’s goal is for us to be treated equally. Now that doesn’t mean the result is equal. I thought of Robert Woodson when Tucker Carlson asked him what does Biden mean by the word equity. What does Susan Rice mean now by the word equity? Where all of the government will now put equity first. And...
    On the day that Colorado banjoist Jayme Stone found out about the death of his 42-year-old brother Michael Stone, he started writing about it, trying to make sense of what was happening. Michael, who lived in British Columbia, was a well-known teacher of yoga and Buddhism, which influenced how Jayme approached the poetry, journal entries and lyrics he began to draft. One of the first things he wrote in his journal was the word "AWake," thinking about "the idea of what someone leaves in their wake and what it means to be awake to your own life," he says. It would eventually become the title of his latest album, AWake, which came out in late August. "I was just really in a grieving process and just trying to make sense of things," Stone recalls. "And it was very clear that I was going to write about this, and I was going to make music out of that experience. It took a few months before the songs started coming — and then they became the focal point of this...
    Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports LeBron James is celebrating his Los Angeles Lakers clinching the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference even though the home-court advantage is virtually meaningless inside the NBA bubble. James told the Los Angeles Times that he'll "enjoy this one" because skeptics "said I couldn't do it." The 16-time NBA All-Star spent the first 15 years of his career playing in the Eastern Conference, which has been regarded as the less competitive of the two in recent years. This season marks the first time the King has dominated out West, suggesting that his success was not dependent on competing against weaker opponents in the East. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A No. 1 seed heading into the NBA playoffs means less than ever before, but that won't stop LeBron James from celebrating his Los Angeles Lakers' latest feat. "I can just say it feels damn good to be the number one seed in the West," LeBron James said. David Zalubowski/AP Images With a win against the Utah Jazz on Monday,...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. This series examines the financial progress made by women in the U.S. since the Equal Credit Opportunity Act was passed in 1974. In this installment: the 1990s, when “third-wave” feminism began. Strides in the workplace By the end of the 1990s, women’s participation in the workforce had grown to 60% — while men’s participation shrank to 74.7% — according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Women’s income continued to rise in relation to men’s income, moving up to 76.5 cents on the dollar by 1999. While the steady rise of women’s wages during the ’80s and ’90s is great, it’s less uplifting when you look at the income gap between women of different races. White women were earning just 75.7 cents to every dollar white men earned in 1999, but they still made more than Black and Latina women, who made 64.1 cents and 54.5 cents, respectively. In 1993, the Family and Medical Leave Act made it illegal for many women to be ejected from the workforce for going on medical leave for pregnancy. Today, maternity...
    It was the F-bomb heard all around the stadium... and in millions of homes across the country as the Dodgers' Joc Pederson grounded out to first in Thursday night's baseball game against the San Francisco Giants. Normally, such cursing would have gone unnoticed, drowned out by the noise from a stadium packed full of fans. But in the age of COVID, Pederson's swearing was easily picked up by microphones set up around the perimeter of the field for the television broadcast on ESPN. Los Angeles Dodgers star outfielder Joc Pederson, pictured, was heard swearing during his team's season opener against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday night Joc Pederson #31 of the Los Angeles Dodgers runs after hitting a single during the fourth inning against the San Francisco Giants in the Opening Day game at Dodger Stadium All the sounds of the game were amplified with only cardboard cutouts of fans in the stands Cutouts of Los Angeles Dodgers fans during the game against the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on Thursday In fact,...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) —  There were no crowds and no songs, but Wednesday’s naturalization ceremony for dozens of U.S. citizens was no less emotional. The newest Americans swore their oath despite COVID-19 limitations. Even face masks couldn’t hide the anticipation on Amy Zhang’s face as she recited the oath to become a United States citizen, the last 140 words standing between her and her family’s 20-year-long dream. “There was a moment where I just kept helping to take photos of each of them and each time I took a photo, you just kind of felt it. You kind of felt their journey, you felt how much they sacrificed,” said Amy Zhang in an interview with CBS2’s Christina Fan. Zhang’s journey began with her father, who is still waiting for citizenship himself after he first came to the country in 1996 from China. Like so many other immigrant parents who left everything behind, Jie Zhang was motivated to give his daughter a better life. “Today is her birthday. I think just it’s the greatest gift,” said Jie Zhang, Amy’s father. Besides...
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