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    In a partnership with Wesley Housing, the Lamb Center has plans to convert an old hotel on Fairfax Boulevard into a five-story residential mixed-use community with 54 studio apartments. (WTOP/Kyle Cooper) A Fairfax City, Virginia, agency that works with people experiencing homelessness, who earn a low income and people with addictions, has a new initiative that goes the extra mile. In a partnership with Wesley Housing, the Lamb Center has plans to convert an old hotel on Fairfax Boulevard into a five-story residential mixed-use community with 54 studio apartments. More Fairfax County News More Virginia News Executive Director Tara Ruszkowski said this kind of supportive housing makes a huge difference. “If you put somebody into housing but you don’t support them, and they have an addiction or a disability, then that addiction or that disability is likely to get worse,” she said. Ruszkowski said supportive housing is a holistic, dignity-based approach to supporting the needs of its clients, which includes case management and wraparound services that help take care of people’s basic needs. “Folks on the margins really...
    A woman has gone viral on social media after sharing a series of clips about her everyday struggles with having large breasts. Posting under the handle @billiebopbillie on TikTok, Billie, who lives in Canada, uploaded three videos claiming she has difficulty fitting her 'big boobs' into clothes and has to wear at least three sports bras to be able to do cardio at the gym. She also claimed to frequently get her clothes dirty in the kitchen because her boobs accidentally touch her plate when she leans forward to pick up sauces. Many responses to the clip argued Billie doesn't have a large bust, while others said the issues she pointed out aren't major problems. Billie, who lives in Canada, has gone viral on TikTok after sharing a series of video revealing 'big boobs problems'  - including that her large breasts struggle to fit in clothes (pictured) Billie began her now viral series with a video showing the straps on a grey velvet minidress provided no support for her breast. The 23-year-old captioned the clip, writing: 'Big boobs problems, clothes...
    Formula One fans are gearing up for the concluding of 22 rounds of the world championship in Abu Dhabi this Sunday, which will see Max Verstappen taking on Lewis Hamilton.  After Sunday's toxic and chaotic race in Saudi Arabia, won by Hamilton with Verstappen in second place, the two best drivers in motor racing are level on points, though the Dutchman edges it 9-8 on race victories. If neither should finish the dusk-into-night race down the road in Yas Marina, Verstappen would win his first title on countback.  Cheering Max on is his glamorous Brazilian model girlfriend Kelly Piquet, 33, who is somewhat considered F1 royalty and a familiar face on the circuit.  She is the daughter of three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet and previously dated Daniil Kvyat for three years, with whom she shares a two-year-old daughter, Penelope.  Cheering Max Verstappen on this weekend at the finale of the world championship in Abu Dhabi is his glamorous Brazilian model girlfriend Kelly Piquet, 33, (pictured together)  The blogger and model is the daughter of three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet and previously dated...
    PEP GUARDIOLA showed support for Manchester City fan Guido de Pauw at a news conference on Friday. The Spanish coach wore a T-Shirt which had the message 'We're with you Guido' emblazoned on it. 1Pep Guardiola wore the t-shirt at a news conference on FridayCredit: Manchester City FC Guardiola spoke about De Pauw and what happened to the 63-year-old following City's win over Club Brugge on Tuesday. Who is Guido de Pauw? De Pauw, a City fan from Belgium, was attacked after the English side's win over Brugge in the Champions League. The attack took place at a service station new Drongen, which is where City star Kevin de Bruyne is from. De Pauw is currently in stable condition in hospital but is in a coma and doctors have described his situation as life-threatening. So Guardiola wore the T-Shirt as a show of support on Friday, and he could do the same this weekend when City take on Brighton. Most read in SportLive BlogUNITED LATEST Bruno EXCLUSIVE, Olmo transfer interest, Schmeichel backs Solskjaer at Unitedtexas hold 'em F1 US Grand...
    PEP GUARDIOLA showed support for Manchester City fan Guido de Pauw at a news conference on Friday. The Spanish coach wore a T-Shirt which had the message 'We're with you Guido' emblazoned on it. 1Pep Guardiola wore the t-shirt at a news conference on FridayCredit: Manchester City FC Guardiola spoke about De Pauw and what happened to the 63-year-old following City's win over Club Brugge on Tuesday. Who is Guido de Pauw? De Pauw, a City fan from Belgium, was attacked after the English side's win over Brugge in the Champions League. The attack took place at a service station new Drongen, which is where City star Kevin de Bruyne is from. De Pauw is currently in stable condition in hospital but is in a coma and doctors have described his situation as life-threatening. So Guardiola wore the T-Shirt as a show of support on Friday, and he could do the same this weekend when City take on Brighton. Most read in SportLive BlogUNITED LATEST Bruno EXCLUSIVE, Olmo transfer interest, Schmeichel backs Solskjaer at UnitedRevealedGUNNER BE A STAR Arsenal uncover...
    The widower of the cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin in a freak movie-set accident has revealed the distraught actor is being 'very supportive.' Halyna Hutchins, 42, died shortly after being shot by Baldwin around 1.50pm Thursday at Bonanza Creek Ranch, near the city of Santa Fe in New Mexico, where they were filming the movie Rust.   Halyna's husband Matthew, a lawyer with whom she shares an eight-year-old son, told DailyMail.com on Friday: 'I have spoken with Alec Baldwin and he is being very supportive.' Police have disclosed few details about the shooting, saying only that a 'projectile' was fired by a 'prop gun' and they are investigating. A spokesman for Baldwin last night issued a statement saying only blanks were used. DailyMail.com has also obtained a portion of the 911 call that was placed from the set. In the three-second long clip, a woman can be heard saying: 'We have two people accidentally shot.' According to witnesses on-set, Baldwin was stunned after firing the fatal round and asked: 'Why was I handed a hot gun?'  A photo taken...
    Prince William's 'second mum' Carole Middleton taught him 'how a loving and supportive family works' - but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'lack experiences of stable relationships', according to a royal expert. Carole, the Duchess of Cambridge's mother, has provided a ‘real sense of normality amid any chaos’ for the Duke of Cambridge since he married Kate in 2011, royal biographer Angela Levin told The Sun. The 66-year-old founder of party supplies company Party Pieces is said to have acted as a second mother for Prince William, while his brother Prince Harry ‘hasn’t had that parental opportunity’, claimed the author. It comes ahead of the warring brothers putting their differences aside on Thursday to attend the unveiling of a statue to their late mother Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday. Prince William's 'second mum' Carole Middleton taught him 'how a loving and supportive family works' - but Prince Harry (pictured left, with Prince William in 2018) and Meghan Markle 'lack experiences of stable relationships', according to a royal expert Angela claimed that while the Duke...
    Sam Asghari has become the poster child for supportive boyfriends in Hollywood. The personal trainer-turned-actor has been dating Britney Spears since 2016 and continues to stand by her side as she battles for freedom from her allegedly “abusive” conservatorship. A source told Page Six that Asghari, 27, has been a “huge support” for Spears, 39, as she faces off against her father, Jamie Spears, in a fight to end the 13-year legal arrangement that she says controls nearly every aspect of her life. “He helps boost her confidence and assures her that everything will go well,” the insider said, adding that the fitness influencer “always tells Britney how much she’s loved and supported by fans.” Asghari came into the pop star’s life after a very high-profile split from Justin Timberlake in 2002, followed by two failed marriages — to childhood pal Jason Alexander for just 55 hours, and later Kevin Federline, the father of her two sons. Here’s everything you need to about the handsome Iranian model who stole Spears’ heart. Asghari was born and raised in Iran Asghari...
    An Army specialist from Iran who studied at California State University, Long Beach, is officially an American citizen.  Vahid Afsharzadeh moved to the U.S. nine years ago when he was 20 years old to pursue an electrical engineering degree and joined the Army after graduating, according to KABC. "A career in the @USArmy offers opportunities for success, no matter your background," the Army's official recruitment Twitter account said in a May 5 post. "Crediting hard work and a supportive family, Iranian-born Army SPC Vahid Afsharzadeh achieved his dream of American citizenship. Next up: Army officer!" FOX NEWS MEDIA DONATING $40,000 TO VETERAN AND MILITARY-FOCUSED NONPROFITS FOR PROUD AMERICAN SERIES United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) also tweeted about Afsharzadeh's recent citizenship. "Vahid is a member of @USArmy. Thank you for your service Vahid and congratulations!" the agency tweeted in a May 3 announcement regarding the citizenship of 25 new Americans from 15 countries. Afsharzadeh told KABC that when he became a permanent resident he wanted to "give back" what the country had given him. "And as an immigrant, it's a...
    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Army Spc. Vahid Afsharzadeh was born in Iran, and on Monday he became a U.S. citizen.Afsharzadeh came to America at age 20 to pursue his electrical engineering degree at Cal State Long Beach. After graduating from CSULB, he made the choice to join the Army."When I became a permanent resident I wanted to give back what I had been given to the country," said Afsharzadeh. "And as an immigrant it's a source of pride for me to wear the uniform."Afsharzadeh says it feels great to be an American citizen."It's a great feeling to be a part of this nation," said Afsharzadeh."And I'm so proud. I worked so hard for it, to be here," he added.Afsharzadeh says becoming an American citizen is a huge source of pride for him and his family, especially his father."He was really supportive, to come to this country, get an education, and also joining the military - super supportive," said Afsharzadeh.Afsharzadeh plans on continuing his service with the military and upon graduating from his master's program, he wants to become an...
    PRINCE Charles was "overcome by grief" at Prince Philip's funeral today as his "supportive" wife Camilla stood by his side during the emotional ceremony at St George's Chapel. The pair joined other members of the Royal family to mourn the loss of Prince Philip who passed away on April 9 at the age of 99. ???? Read our Prince Philip funeral live blog for the latest updates Charles' eyes were full of grief during the funeral service Body language expert Judi James explained that Prince Charles' has "spent a lifetime masking his emotions in public" but today his tears appeared to "flow throughout the service". Speaking to Express.co,uk, Judi said that Camilla was seen "comforting" her husband with "the same comforting hand-pat that she often used to use in the early days after their relationship went public." According to the body language expert, this shows the "same supportive and almost maternal traits that seemed to bind them as a couple before their marriage." Philip's funeral was different to any other royal's after Covid made the family strip back all tradition. Prince...
    Getty Protesters gather outside the U.S. Capitol Building. James McCoy Taylor was a fifth place finisher on season 12 of The Bachelorette, but in the years since his time on the show, Taylor has mostly garnered attention for his staunchly conservative political beliefs. On January 5, Taylor shared that he was in Washington, D.C. for the “March for Trump” and urged his followers to join him and “fight for a man who’s been fighting for you.” On January 6, that march devolved into a riot with a mob storming the United States Capitol, resulting in the death of five people. Taylor was absent from social media after his January 5 post, but returned on January 11 to thank “conservative producers” from “The Bachelor family” for supporting him. An ABC source told Heavy that Taylor’s tweet “is unequivocally false.” Big thanks to #TheBachelor family for supporting me during this time… from top to bottom. Conservative producers are the best!! Thank you @ABCNetwork @ABC & @BachelorABC for having my back while I legally supported our President. — James McCoy Taylor...
    The doctor who criticized President Trump for waving to supporters in a photo while being treated for COVID-19 said he stands by his words despite having been reportedly removed from Walter Reed Hospital's schedule after the incident. Dr. James Phillips was removed from the schedule at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as attending physician two months after accusing Trump of "insanity" for waving to his supporters from a car while he was infected with the coronavirus, according to the Independent. Phillips is also the chief of disaster medicine at George Washington University. "Today, I worked my final shift at Walter Reed ER," Phillips wrote in a tweet on Sunday. "I will miss the patients and my military and civilian coworkers ⁠— they have been overwhelmingly supportive … I stand by my words, and I regret nothing." Today, I worked my final shift at Walter Reed ER. I will miss the patients and my military and civilian coworkers - they have been overwhelmingly supportive. I’m honored to have worked there and I look forward to new opportunities. I stand by...
    CNN anchor Anderson Cooper compared President Trump to a dictator just days after he expressed regret for his over-the-top rhetoric.  Trump is continuing to wage legal battles in several battleground states to challenge the results that handed President-elect Joe Biden a victory last week, but that hasn't sat well with Cooper, who slammed the president Monday night.  CNN'S ANDERSON COOPER REGRETS COMPARING TRUMP TO A FLAILING 'OBESE TURTLE' "In the mid-90s, I think it was '96, I was in Kinshasa in the waning days of Mobutu and Mobutu was, you know, a pretty awful dictator and when he finally fled the country and the rebels were moving in to take the capital, his son drove around in a pickup truck with a machine gun and settling scores with people he felt had not been supportive enough for Mobutu," Cooper said to the panel. "Thankfully, it hasn't come to that here but I can't believe we're in a situation where a transfer of power is not- I can't believe we are in this situation here. It just seems so petty. I...
    Teenagers who see their mum and dad as loving caregivers are less likely to be cyberbullies than children with a dysfunctional family dynamic.  A survey quizzed more than 12,000 US youngsters aged 11 to 15 about their familial relationships and experiences with bullying.  It revealed that youths who have parents who are 'almost always' loving are six times less likely to engage in high levels of online abuse than those who say their parents are 'almost never' loving towards them.     A vast survey of more than 12,000 US children aged 11 to 15 asked about family relationships and experiences with bullying. The observational study cannot prove unloving families causes children to become bullies, but does establish a connection between the two (stock) The observational study cannot prove unloving families cause children to become bullies, but does establish a connection between the two.  In the experiment, run by New York University, cyberbullying was defined as any behaviour including harassment, insults, threats or spreading rumours online.    In the UK, 43 per cent of teens report having experience with cyberbullying, while in the US...
    A mother who refuses to accept her son is transgender has been blasted by social media users after hijacking her child's TikTok and Instagram accounts to hit out at his supporters.  The American woman, identified on social media as Tasha Fuller, posted a video to her son Alex's TikTok and Instagram in which she insists he be called 'Danika', the name he was given at birth, and adds: 'She is my daughter.'  Despite Alex's accounts being deactivated, the clip has gone viral after it was re-shared by social media users, many of whom posted it along with the hashtag #MyNameIsAlex. They also criticized Tasha for repeatedly using her son's 'deadname'.  In the video, Alex is seen sitting next to his mother, remaining speechless as she tells the camera: 'This is Danika and I am her mother. I gave her the name Danika for a reason. You will address her as Danika or you will not address her at all.'  
    Donald Trump said Thursday that he fears Republicans could lose their majority in the Senate in November due to GOP senators being 'cute' in not supporting his presidency. 'We're fighting very hard in the Senate. I'll be honest, the Senate is tough,' Trump told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, one of his biggest media supporters, during a call-in interview. 'We have a couple of people that aren't as supportive of Trump as they should be and those people are going to lose their elections.' 'If they don't support Trump, they lose their elections. It's a very simple element,' he assured. Trump signaled Thursday morning, however, that he has more confidence in the House taking back their majority from 'stone cold crazy Nancy Pelosi.' 'The ones that don't support – and you have a few people that want to be cute, and I think they're going to lose their elections and that's a problem for the Senate,' the president told the 'Mornings with Maria' anchor, not naming any lawmakers in particular. It's likely Trump is referencing Maine Senator Susan Collins, among...
    President Trump said that Republican senators who have distanced themselves from him will lose their reelection bids in 2020. Trump told Fox Business on Thursday that he believes he will win reelection and that Republicans will regain control of the House. He said, however, that Republicans may retain power in the Senate because some of the senators up for reelection have not been loyal supporters. "I believe we’re going to take back the House because Nancy Pelosi is stone-cold crazy. And I think we’re going to take the House and that’s upon — you know, I don’t make a statement like that very easily. But we’re going to take — otherwise, I’ll look very bad — but we’re going to take back the House," Trump said. "We’re going to hold the presidency, and we’re fighting very hard in the Senate. I’ll be honest, the Senate is tough. We have a couple of people that aren’t as supportive of Trump as they should be, and those people are going to lose their elections. If they don’t support Trump,...
    A California neighborhood has decked out their sidewalks with 'Black Lives Matter' murals and messages in chalk in solidarity with a mother and her three-year-old daughter after their BLM art was repeatedly erased by a white man. In late July Manette Sharick and her three-year-old daughter Zhuri drew 'Black Lives Matter' in chalk on the sidewalk outside their Concord home for several days. But by the following morning the word 'Black' was mysteriously erased.  One day Sharick's home security camera caught the culprit - a white man named Jim who poured water over the word to wash it away.   Sharick filmed the moment she confronted Jim as he used a water bottle to pour water on the chalk message and warned he'll continue to remove the word 'as long as she keeps on doing this.' 'I was only pouring across the word black because I believe all lives matter,' Jim said to KGO.
    A photographer who was sympathetic to Black Lives Matter and who had been documenting protests in Louisville, Kentucky, was shot and killed in a protest camp Saturday night when one protester fired into the camp, allegedly due to a conflict with another protester, the Courier Journal reported. Tyler Gerth, 27, was reportedly shot in the face as an innocent bystander when Steven Nelson Lopez showed up at the protest camp and fired his gun into the air before shooting into the camp. Other armed bystanders returned fire at Lopez, shooting him in the leg and preventing further potential casualties. Lopez had been a participant in the Louisville protests for at least the previous 12 days, having been sighted there multiple times by protesters and reporters. He has been charged with murder and first-degree wanton endangerment. Other protesters said Lopez had been escorted away from the camp multiple times leading up to the Saturday night shooting after getting into altercations. Lopez had previously been arrested on June 17 for inciting a riot and disorderly conduct. He was armed with two...
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