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    Yellen responded that she did not intend to be "harsh," and she claimed this issue is about ability of women "to plan lives that are fulfilling and satisfying for them." “One aspect of a satisfying life is being able to feel that you have the financial resources to raise a child, that the children you bring into the world are wanted, and that you have the ability to take care of them," Yellen continued. "In many cases, abortions are of teenage women, particularly low-income and often black, who aren’t in a position to be able to care for children, have unexpected pregnancies, and it deprives them of the ability often to continue their education, to later participate in the workforce. So, there is a spillover into labor participation." “I’ll just simply say that as a guy raised by a black woman in abject poverty, I am thankful to be here as a United States Senator," Scott shot back.
    KENDALL Jenner is being slammed for "ruining" Kourtney Kardashian's engagement to Travis Barker with questions about Scott Disick. The Poosh founder's younger sibling inquired about her baby daddy in a recent episode of The Kardashians. 5Kendall Jenner is being slammed over her comments after Kourtney Kardashian's engagementCredit: Instagram/Khloe Kardashian 5She's been called a 'bad sister' for asking about Scott DisickCredit: HULU Kendall, 26, is facing backlash following her reaction to Kourtney, 43, and Travis' engagement. During the most recent episode of The Kardashians, she joined sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner with other family members to celebrate the occasion. Kourtney's siblings were quick to note the absence of her three children, which brought up questions about the children's father, Scott Disick. Kendall, in particular, had questions about how the Talentless entrepreneur might feel. More on KendallTHE WHITE STUFF Kendall rocks see-through bikini after fans accuse her of getting boob jobOFF HER CHEST Kendall pulls down her top amid rumors she had SECRET BOOB JOB While chatting with Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Kylie, Kendall asked: "Do you...
    KARDASHIAN fans are worried about Kourtney Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick after she married her fiance Travis Barker early Monday morning. The pair reportedly got hitched at a Las Vegas chapel, just as Kourt and Scott almost did once upon a time, after the rocker performed at the Grammys. 4Kourtney Kardashiand and her fiance Travis Barker got married in Las Vegas very early Monday morningCredit: AP 4Fans became concerned for her ex Scott Disick, as the two almost got hitched in Sin City years agoCredit: E! Scott, 38, and Kourtney, 42, dated on and off for about a decade before splitting for good in 2016, though he spent years trying to get her back. The pair also share three kids – Mason, 12, daughter, Penelope, nine, and son Reign, seven – and many fans thought they'd eventually reconcile, but Kourt's latest milestone with Travis makes that unlikely. According to TMZ, the couple walked down the aisle around 1:30 am on Monday, just a few hours after Travis, 46, performed at the Grammys. Fans immediately became concerned for Scott following the news, especially as he...
    More from: Ian OConnor Yankees starting to look dangerous in dramatic turnaround This Mets collapse doesnt have to end like the others Joey Gallo finally got taste of Yankees bliss he always dreamed of Joe Judge embracing Giants old-school coaching legacy Its up to Aaron Boone to change his Yankees fate The Mets started what promised to be an endless day in a hole that felt much bigger than the second-inning deficit they carried into Citi Field courtesy of Tuesday night’s surprise storm. In the first and only act of a doubleheader that called for them to finish nine innings in Game 1 and play seven in a Game 2 that would be postponed by rain, the Mets had to overcome Washington leads of 3-1, 4-1 and 7-4 to win, ultimately, on Brandon Drury’s pinch-hit bloop in the eighth. They also had to overcome a challenge more forbidding than anything the woeful, stripped-down Nationals could muster: Zack Scott’s decision to air out his players for failing to do more to help themselves and their team. Out of left field,...
    More On: new york mets Five Mets have a lot to lose if season tanks: Sherman Mets slugger unfazed by hitless skid: ‘On the right path’ Live show: The Mets have hit rock bottom Mets pitcher shares heinous social media messages: ‘Racism is prevalent’ Acting general manager Zack Scott defended the Mets’ medical and performance staff when it comes to the plethora of soft-tissue issues that have spurred a parade of players landing on the injured list in what he also described as a “mediocre” season in Flushing.  Without singling any of them out specifically, Scott assigned some of the injury blame to the Mets’ players for not being compliant with the medical staff’s plans to keep them healthy.  “In some cases, you can have the best plan, and if the plan’s not followed, that’s not going to necessarily yield a good result. Sometimes that’s the issue,” Scott said before Tuesday’s series opener against Nationals. “On the soft tissue [injuries], we’ve talked through each one, but there’s nothing that stood out to me as some egregious mistake in our...
    *** The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published twice a week during the college sports season. (Sign up here for a free subscription.) This edition, from June 23, has been made available in archived form. Automatic Bids (and blowback) Larry Scott’s tenure atop the Pac-12 is not ending quietly, which comes as little surprise from a commissioner who revels in the spotlight. Earlier this month, Scott agreed to an interview with the Associated Press in which he dodged responsibility for the Pac-12’s missteps and directed a mammoth chunk of blame on the schools. For that, the Hotline issued a rebuke unlike any we have offered during his 12 years, save for the time his general counsel called into the instant replay booth and overturned a call. Last week, Scott issued a public statement on a key aspect of the College Football Playoff expansion proposal. And for that, he has been roasted on the opposite coast. If you’re unfamiliar with the latest development, here’s the backstory: Following a meeting of the 10 conference commissioners on June 17 in Chicago, the Hotline reached out to the...
    Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner who serves on the board of Pfizer, said the risk of a “bad outcome” from Covid-19 for people who are fully vaccinated could be the same — or even less — than the risk of a bad outcome from the flu. CBS News anchor John Dickerson asked Gottlieb about “individual risk calculations” being made by Americans as coronavirus cases continue to decline as vaccinations increase. Gottlieb said last week that he thought the numbers were good enough to justify lifting indoor mask mandates. “[If] you’ve been vaccinated with the mRNA vaccines or the J&J vaccine, your risk is very low from having a bad Covid outcome and your risk of getting an asymptomatic infection that you could spread to others is also substantially reduced,” Gottlieb explained. “The data now does support that. So we could start drawing some firm conclusions and basing our public health advice on that.” For fully vaccinated, immuno-competent people, Gottlieb said the risk of a “bad outcome” from a Covid-19 infection is roughly on par with the flu. “I...
    CNN host Don Lemon became visibly frustrated and angry Wednesday as he erupted on Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott for saying “woke supremacy is as bad as white supremacy.” During his broadcast of “CNN Tonight,” Lemon was giving a monologue on race and the Republican Party when he lambasted Scott for “gaslighting” and spreading “misinformation” to people about white supremacy. (RELATED: ‘A Metaphor For America’: Rep. Ayanna Pressley ‘Haunted’ By Black Custodial Staff ‘Cleaning Up After White Supremacist Mobs’) Lemon began by pointing out that Scott “is the only black Republican in the Senate” before playing a video clip of him on Fox News saying “woke supremacy is as bad as white supremacy.” The video clip didn’t show any context surrounding Scott’s comments. After playing the video, Lemon seemed speechless and sighed, seemingly in frustration. “Do you want to explain who these woke supremacists are? Because I looked really carefully and … I haven’t seen any woke supremacists. I never saw — I’ve never seen a woke supremacist lynching anybody,” he said. “Never saw a woke supremacist...
    SOUTH CAROLINA Senator Tim Scott slammed MSNBC host Joy Reid's claims Republicans were using him as a "prop", saying "woke supremacy is as bad as white supremacy". The 55-year-old Senator was berated by the US talk show host who claims he allows the GOP to manipulate him to provide a "patina of diversity" for the party. 5South Carolina's first African American Senator, Tim Scott, hit back at Reid's commentsCredit: Fox News 5MSNBC host Joy Reid is an outspoken critic of black Republicans who she believes are used to bring a "patina of diversity" to the partyCredit: MSNBC Scott told Fox New's host Trey Gowdy her comments need to be "taken seriously" and suggested those similarly lacking "good common sense" should read an excerpt for the Bible. "Woke supremacy is as bad as white supremacy. We need to take that seriously," he began. "And to all those folks who oppose good common sense, Mathew 5:44 is still available to be read, and read," referring to a teaching that instructs followers to love their enemies. It comes after outspoken Reid, an open...
    Senator Tim Scott bashed MSNBC host Joy Reid on Monday for pushing 'woke supremacy', lashing out against her claims that he's a 'Republican prop' as the only black GOP senator. 'When she calls a United States Senator who's a subject matter expert a prop, a token, or a superficial covering, that's personal and that's wrong and she should be held to account,' Fox News host and former South Carolina representative Trey Gowdy said when speaking with Scott. 'Woke supremacy is as bad as white supremacy,' Scott told Gowdy on Monday. 'We need to take that seriously.' Reid claimed that Republicans are just using Scott to show a 'patina of diversity' within the party and has repeatedly pleaded for the South Carolina senator not to succumb to that role. She also has a history of smearing black conservatives. 'You've got to love Tim Scott standing there to provide the patina of diversity over that round of words, that basket full of words,' Reid said during a segment on her show with progressive Representative Pramila Jayapal. Republican Sen. Tim Scott (right)...
    Monday’s episode of General Hospital will contain a number of tense moments according to the latest spoilers. While Julian faces off with Sonny, Tracy will be trying to pull a stunt regarding Alexis. Britt is navigating some tough challenges, and Maxie has to try to put Deception back together again. According to SheKnows Soaps, Maxie will feel that she needs to make some tough decisions. She’s fully invested in making Deception successful, but it hasn’t been a very smooth ride so far. Maxie now knows that Sasha overdosed on drugs, and it seems that may prompt her to change course when it comes to her role in Deception. The General Hospital sneak peek for Monday shows Maxie sitting at a table with somebody. Maxie says she has some bad news, but it’s not known quite yet who she’s talking to here. Could Maxie be breaking bad news to Sasha? It appears that it could be Sasha on the other side of this conversation. However, it could be Lucy or someone else connected to all of this. Maxie isn’t the only...
    Live updates: Controversial White House coronavirus adviser Scott Atlas resigns Rights group asks Sri Lanka to probe deadly prison unrest Hail Mary! and 2-point conversion creates all-time bad beat for Seattle supporters What started as a prayer ended with a crushing defeat for anyone who had the Seattle Seahawks in a wager against the spread in their game with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night. © Provided by Touchdown Wire Jason Myers kicked a field goal with 1:13 left in the game to give Seattle a 23-9 lead. A comfortable spot for those who had decided to play the road team and lay the 6.5 points against an Eagles team that has struggled in 2020 and whose offensive showed little life at the Linc. And…then…it happened. Carson Wentz drove the Eagles downfield. The drive went like this: (1:13 – 4th) J.Myers kicks 63 yards from SEA 35 to PHI 2. B.Scott pushed ob at PHI 42 for 40 yards (U.Amadi; D.Randall). 1st & 10 at PHI 42 (1:05 – 4th) (Shotgun) C.Wentz pass short right to B.Scott to 50...
    The city comptroller’s job is to watch the budget, spot waste and protect taxpayer dollars. Alas, Scott Stringer is more interested in adding costs and bloating the bottom line — all to promote his own political ambition. Even as the pandemic ravages city revenues, New York’s supposed fiscal watchdog is pushing plans to boost hiring and outlays, though he’s careful not to mention costs or where funds would come from. In an op-ed last week, he calls for the creation of a “chief diversity officer,” reporting to the mayor, plus one for each of the city’s roughly 70 agencies, to drive “the representation of people of color and women across government” and oversee the city’s minority- and women-owned business programs. Yet anti-discrimination laws, the Offices of Citywide Equity and Inclusion and Equal Employment Opportunity, the Human Rights Commission and other safeguards already protect against bias. Indeed, that the city has programs for minority- and women-owned businesses — with target levels of city contracts to be awarded to them — suggests New York wouldn’t really need Stringer’s CDOs even if they...
    The NBA and National Basketball Players Association reportedly agreed to a list of social justice messages that can be displayed on the backs of jerseys for the league’s restart in Orlando, Fla., but that doesn’t mean all players are happy with the options. Sixers forward Mike Scott ripped the list of messages that can be featured above players’ numbers, calling it “bad” and “terrible.” Mike Scott: “I don’t know, they gave us some names and phrases to put on the back of jerseys. That was terrible. It was a bad list, bad choice, they didn’t give players a chance to voice their opinion. They just gave us a list to pick from. So that was bad, that’s terrible.” — Rich Hofmann (@rich_hofmann) July 6, 2020 Didn’t have enough space to fit in one tweet, but this was part of his response to a question of how players can use the platform in Orlando to promote causes that fight racial injustice/police reform. Scott said he didn’t know, but he clearly wasn’t impressed with the jerseys. — Rich Hofmann (@rich_hofmann) July...
    Tim Scott, the only black Republican member of the U.S. Senate, said on Sunday he is open to exploring whether to enact a new law that would decertify bad police officers as part of a larger law enforcement reform package. Speaking on CBS “Face the Nation,” Scott said a new policy to decertify police who engage in misconduct could be a compromise as he negotiates with Democrats, who have called for more drastic measures, such as ending the “qualified immunity” legal doctrine that helps shield officers from liability. The idea of decertifying officers who engage in misconduct has been promoted by civil rights groups such as the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and would entail creating a national database to help ensure problematic officers are not allowed to transfer from department to department. Scott acknowledged that implementing decertification standards could be an uphill battle due to opposition by police unions, but he said the proposal is nevertheless up for discussion. In response to public outrage over high profile police killings of African Americans including George Floyd, who died after a white...
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