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    Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough pushed back at length when show regulars Mike Barnicle and Eddie Glaude Jr. insisted that the White Supremacy embodied by the Buffalo mass shooting “is who we are” as a country. On Wednesday morning’s edition of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, the host opened the second hour with a lengthy denunciation of Republicans who push “replacement theory,” including the anti-Semitic dimension that some overlook. Barnicle used his turn to deliver a television essay on the “shopworn” idea that “This is not who we are” as a country — a phrase that President Joe Biden invokes frequently. One of the more shopworn phrases that we’ve heard repeatedly over the past few days with reference to Buffalo, this the latest example of who we are, is the phrase “This is not who we are.” That’s not true. This is who we are. We are living in a country that has a virus without a vaccine. And we’ve been living in this country all of our lives. And it’s surrounded us all of our lives. … There will be another Buffalo. And what...
    Sam Greenwood/Getty Images Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus blamed “cancel culture” on the PGA’s decision to relocate this year’s championship to Tulsa, Oklahoma — and away from a New Jersey course owned by former President Donald Trump. The annual event was originally scheduled to be held at former Trump’s course in Bedminster. Nicklaus, who holds the record for the most major wins with 18, criticized PGA CEO Seth Waugh, who pulled the rug out from under Trump days after last January’s riot at the U.S. Capitol. “I like Seth Waugh,” Nicklaus told Michael Bamberger of Fire Pit Collective. “Seth didn’t need this job. He took the job because he thought he could give the PGA of America some good guidance.” Nicklaus said while Waugh is doing a good job running Golf’s covering body, the decision to pull a major from Trump was unfair. “But this move is cancel culture,” Nicklaus said. “Donald Trump may be a lot of things, but he loves golf and he loves this country. He’s a student of the game and a formidable figure in the game....
    DEBORAH James is "completely blown away" and "lost for words" after being awarded a Damehood last night. The Sun columnist, who received the honour last night, was praised by Good Morning Britain hosts as The Sun's Lizzie Parry sat down with them. 2The Sun's Health Editor said Debs was 'blown away' after being bestowed the honourCredit: ITV 2Lizzie shared a sweet snap of the two of themCredit: ITV Dame Debs, 40, has raised nearly £4million since Monday when she revealed she was on end-of-life care. And she is determined to get reach the £5million milestone by the weekend. Donations can be made at bowelbabe.org. Pal Lizzie told GMB: "Debs is completely blown away by it. I spoke to her last night and for once she was a bit lost for words. "The outpouring of love this week and the incredible love she has been shown, we just felt why not give it a try." Most read in The US SunHOMES SCORCHED Shock pics of 31 houses damaged in Coastal Fire as 900 residents evacuatedjen-erous moms Kylie Jenner shows off matching $2.5K Fendi...
    FABIAN EDWARDS could pick up the biggest victory of his career on Friday night - but he doesn't expect to get any credit for it. The middleweight prospect returns to the cage tomorrow night in the co-main event of Bellator London - where he'll lock horns with former UFC light-heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida. 4Fabian Edwards faces Lyoto Machida in the co-main event of Bellator London on FridayCredit: BELLATOR 4Machida, 43, is a former UFC light-heavyweight championCredit: Getty 4But Edwards doesn't foresee his critics giving him any props if he slays The DragonCredit: BELLATOR Although Machida is well into his forties and on a three-fight skid, a victory over the lazer-accurate striker would be a marquee one for the youngest Edwards brother. But as has so often been the case during his career, he doesn't expect to receive any plaudits for slaying The Dragon. The 29-year-old told SunSport: "People don't want to give you your flowers and people want to trample over you regardless. "It's not about beating Machida, it's just about how I'm carrying myself in terms of my training...
    A 42-year-old Chicago man charged with murdering his daughter confessed in a letter to his son afterwards: 'I lost my mind, went out of control and beat the sh**t out of her.'  Mohammed Almaru has been charged with first degree murder for the death of his daughter Mia Maro, 17.  She was found dead inside the family home on Sunday by an aunt.  Her father had beaten her to death with a metal pole and rubber mallet after going through her phone and discovering she was 'lying' about things to him, according to charging documents.  In the days before her death, he had forbidden her from going to senior prom, telling her he 'didn't trust her'.  It's unclear if she did go to the prom or not but her father attacked her in a rage and told family it was because he discovered she'd been lying to him.   Mohammed Almaru has been charged with first degree murder for the death of his daughter Mia Maro, 17. She was found dead inside the family home on Sunday by an aunt 'I...
    For three weeks, Virginia jurors have heard Johnny Depp and a parade of his witnesses depict the actor as a perfect gentleman who served as something akin to a human punching bag for his ex-wife, Amber Heard. But on Tuesday, Depp’s legal team ended their defamation case in Fairfax County Court, where the actor is suing Heard for $50 million, by returning to the crux of his lawsuit: Heard allegedly “devastated” his career with a 2018 Washington Post article identifying herself as a domestic violence survivor. (She had sought a restraining order against Depp two years earlier.) According to a forensic accountant who testified Tuesday, that “devastation” reached an eye-popping sum. “I concluded that Mr. Depp suffered lost earnings of approximately $40 million,” Michael Spindler told jurors as the last witness to testify on Depp’s behalf. Echoing a previous witness, Spindler said that among Depp’s financial setbacks was his removal from the sixth Pirates of the Caribbean installment, which allegedly cost the actor $22.5 million alone. The witness added that in 2017, Depp made an estimated $17.5 million, which was...
    The questionable Draymond Green ejection sent Stephen A. Smith and Jalen Rose over the edge during ESPN’s halftime show. It doesn’t take a lot to work Stephen A. Smith up, but it’s not often then the Venn diagram of things that get him going and things that get everyone else on NBA Twitter going is a circle. That was the case on Sunday when Draymond Green was ejected from Game 1 of the Warriors-Grizzlies Conference Semifinal matchup. If you missed it, Green fouled Brandon Clarke but grabbed the big man’s jersey on his way down to the court. The visual made it appear as though Green was grabbing his jersey to throw him to the hardwood but replay suggested that the move was made to ensure Clarke didn’t hit the floor too hard. Officials watched that replay and determined that it was a Flagarant 2 and ejected Green from the game mere minutes before halftime. Stephen A. Smith was beside himself during the ESPN halftime show, going as far as to say officials’ decision to eject Draymond Green “tarnished” an...
    The Subway fast-food chain has been struggling — even before the coronavirus — but many franchise owners also felt that hiring U.S. soccer star and national anthem protester Megan Rapinoe as a national spokesperson was no help at all. According to a report in the New York Post, Subway lost 1,043 outlets in 2021, which was more than the new outlets they opened. The loss only added to the 1,609 lost in 2020 at the height of the coronavirus hysteria and the 999 lost in 2019. The number of closed restaurants means that Subway’s national footprint has contracted 15 percent since 2019 and 22 percent overall since 2016. In contrast, McDonald’s only contracted 3.4 percent over the last few years during the COVID mess. So, what is going wrong? Well, some franchise owners feel that hiring Megan Rapinoe was just one of the contributing factors to Subway’s mounting woes. U.S. Women’s National Team Captain Megan Rapinoe (Hannah Foslein) Coming on the heels of the 2015 debacle when national spokesman Jared Fogle was convicted and went to jail on child...
    NEW YORK -- One of the victims wounded by a gunman on a New York City subway train is speaking out exclusively to ABC New York affiliate WABC, describing the harrowing ordeal and begging city officials for help.Kareem Aly was on the northbound N train when the alleged shooter, Frank R. James, donned a gas mask, set off smoke canisters and opened fire as the train pulled into a station in Brooklyn.Authorities say James fired 33 shots, wounding 10 people and injuring 19 more."The pain is over 1,000," Aly said.He said he is in excruciating pain, even two weeks after he was shot."A lot of smoke, smoke, smoke," he said. "What happened? In my mind, there's a fire in the car."RELATED | Frank R. James: What we know about Brooklyn subway shooting suspectEMBED More News Videos Frank James, the man wanted for allegedly opening fire on a rush-hour subway train in Brooklyn, shooting 10 people, is in custody, sources told ABC News. As he moved away from the smoke, he was struck in the leg."Something like here is electric," he...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I lost my last job because I wasn’t honest about my criminal record. Harriette Cole  I finally found a new job after months of searching. I am understandably hesitant about disclosing my criminal record to my new employer. They did not ask during the application or interview process, but I do not want any surprises. When and how should I tell my new employer about my past? Hidden Past DEAR HIDDEN PAST: Read the employee handbook to determine whether you are required to reveal your past to your employer. Some companies do not have a policy about one’s past, including criminal history. If that is the case, you do not have an obligation to tell them. If, however, you believe that your history may have a direct impact on the work that you are doing, you must reveal it. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: The gym was my happy place until these young men joined Advice | Harriette Cole: My friend is moving into my building, and I’m panicked Advice |...
    Twitter is and has long been the meanest, ugliest, and least fun of all the social media platforms. I joined Twitter in 2008. And I have spent more time than I'd like to admit on the platform. But I am a child of social media, like the rest of my fellow older millennials. For the most part, I don't regret my hours and energies spent on Twitter. There was even a short period of time, from 2009-2012, when Twitter was still somewhat collegial. But after the Republican Party's nomination of Donald Trump all of that changed. Twitter itself seemed to adopt the position that some speech is not just inappropriate – but immoral, dangerous, and evil. It became a space utilized by trolls to harass, virtue-signal and vent their anger. And its trending topics became something that meant a great deal to those working in media and almost nothing to the people working in the real world. In fact, I have been seriously considering deactivating my account. Personally, Twitter has too often become a vessel for abuse and harassment against me....
    Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and former Sen. David Perdue faced off in a fiery debate Sunday night, viciously attacking each other's character and rehashing old wounds from the 2020 presidential election. During the hourlong televised debate, the candidates also bickered over who is better for the Republican Party, who can beat Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams in a November matchup, and who is to blame for flipping the state blue. At one point, the debate devolved into a shouting match between the governor and former business executive. Perdue launched his campaign in December to challenge the sitting Republican governor. He did so almost entirely on the claim that Kemp refused to overturn the 2020 presidential election results that would have illegally given former President Donald Trump the win. Trump has repeatedly raked Kemp over the coals for his decision, claiming he turned his back on his party and the country. Trump also vowed revenge, and his political action committee recently gave $500,000 to a group running attack ads against the governor. During Sunday night's debate, Perdue, who lost a 2021...
    Netflix are axing their own shows earlier than ever before and it's thought to be one of the main reasons the platform is quickly losing subscribers, according to new research.    The streaming giant are rapidly cancelling many of their own projects as new data revealed fewer than one in five of Netflix's original shows launched in 2017 actually reached season three - compared to just 31 per cent in 2015. Popular TV dramas like The OA, Marco Polo, and The Punisher are being cancelled by the service after series two - leaving fans furious and threatening to cancel their subscriptions because they no longer want to 'invest their time in a series' over fears it will be 'culled'. Meanwhile, over half of Netflix's own reality TV shows and dramas released in 2018 have not been commissioned for a second series, compared with more than a third launched in 2017 and 28 percent in 2016, reports The Times.  It comes as the streaming behemoth has lost 200,000 subscribers in just three months, while shareholders of the US firm have been warned to...
    A TARGET store has been scammed out of nearly $100,000 in four days as officials warn the nation about the "K-1" scam. The Michigan Target location was scammed out of $93,000 in gifts cards over four days in February, Genesee County Sheriff officials said. 2A Target in Michigan was scammed out of $93,000 in gift cards by a group of swindlersCredit: Reuters 2The scammers use fake 'cash only' credit cardsCredit: Getty Investigators say the elaborate hustle is known as the "cash only" or "K-1" scam. The scam works when a customer walks to the register with cards that look like credit cards, on the back of the cards, there are cashier instructions on how to work with the card. Officials say the scammer will swipe the card, and when it doesn't work, they give it to the cashier and make up a story about the card being a "cash only" card. The perp will also say the cards are equipped with a "two-step verification." Read more scam and fraud storiesGRAVE CONCERN I'm devastated my parents' ashes were 'sold without my...
    HILARIOUS footage shows the moment befuddled Joe Biden looked totally lost as his own staff ignored him in favor of Barack Obama at the White House. The former President stole the limelight as he returned to the Washington DC residence for the first time since leaving office in 2017 as he jokingly referred to Biden as "vice president". 3Footage shows Joe Biden raising his hands as he was blanked by his own staffCredit: Twitter 3The 79-year-old looked confused as Obama stole the limelightCredit: Twitter 3Obama visited the White Hosue for the first time since 2017 on TuesdayCredit: The Mega Agency Obama was invited back to the White House on Tuesday by Biden to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the launch of the Affordable Care Act. His entrance into the East Room was met with a chorus of cheers from a crowd of Congress members and administration staffers as he remarked on the changes that had been made to his former home. "There's a cat running around," he said to laughter. "Which I guarantee you Bo and Sunny would have been very...
    A UPenn student who lost a Rhodes Scholarship over claims she lied about her wealthy upbringing was named in a wrongful death lawsuit. Mackenzie Fierceton was deposed after seeking justice for a mature student, Cameron Driver, 38. He died after a medical emergency in a basement of UPenn's Caster Building in 2018. Fierceton suffered seizures at the same building during winter 2020, and says accessibility issues meant it took paramedics an hour to rescue her.  She later claimed those same issues had caused Driver's death two years earlier, and began a probe into safety.    Her investigations lead to Driver's family filing a lawsuit against the college, with Fierceton deposed as part of that probe, a lengthy New Yorker profile into the 24 year-old student revealed.  The New Yorker profile revealed that Fierceton had previously accused her doctor mom Carrie Morrison's boyfriend Henry Lovelace Jr of sexually abusing her. Lovelace Jr, a Missouri-state champion bodybuilder, died earlier this year, before he could comment on the allegations. The New Yorker also revealed that Fierceton's appeal against UPenn's decision to withhold her social work...
    RYAN REYNOLDS joked that he "lost nine years off his life" after watching Wrexham's 6-5 victory Dover this afternoon. The Hollywood superstar bought the club alongside fellow star Rob McElhenney last year, and the duo won't have seen a more dramatic game than this one. 3Ryan Reynolds was left stunned by his club's resultCredit: PA The National League promotion hopefuls raced into a 2-0 lead within the first 20 minutes at the Racecourse Ground - before an epic collapse. Goals by George Wilkinson and Alfie Pavey were followed by a 12 minute Michael Gyasi hat-trick to put Wrexham 5-2 down on 63 minutes. Dover then completed a remarkable collapse of their own in the closing stages... with the match finishing with a Hollywood twist. Ollie Palmer netted a quickfire double to reduce the deficit to 5-4 with 20 minutes remaining in this incredible match. Read More in FootballWAYNE CLOONEY I'd love to buy Derby & help Rooney, says Hollywood superstar George Clooney Jordan Davies then struck his side level in the 91st minute... with Dan Jarvis grabbing a 97th minute...
    CHELSEA are set to lose out on £600k-per-game in lost ticket sales for the rest of this season, reports claim. The Blues were rocked this morning by the news that owner Roman Abramovich's assets have been frozen by the UK government, amid ties with Vladimir Putin. 3Chelsea will be unable to sell out Stamford BridgeCredit: PA 3Roman Abramovich has seen his assets frozen by the UK governmentCredit: Reuters Chelsea have been granted a special license by the government to keep playing, but their expected sale is now on hold. The West Londoners cannot sell any tickets or merchandise, however, in a huge financial blow. The club's 28,000 season ticket holders WILL still be able to attend home games - having already purchased their seats. But the remaining 12,834 tickets at Stamford Bridge will be unsold. Read More Chelsea StoriesBLUES NEWS Roman Abramovich club sale BANNED as assets FROZEN and club can't sell ticketsSHIRT NOTICE Chelsea sponsors Three SUSPEND £120m shirt deal hours before Prem clash According to a study by OLBG, Chelsea stand to lose out on £603,198 in unsold...
    PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Noah Williams scored 19 points and Washington State made 16 3-pointers in a 94-74 victory over Oregon on Saturday, creating a logjam in the battle for fourth and fifth places in the Pac-12 Conference. The Cougars blew through the first half, making nine 3-pointers and taking a 46-32 lead at the break. They finished 16 of 34 from 3-point distance. Williams made 3 of 5 from deep but the hottest Cougar was Tyrell Roberts who was 5 of 7 for 15 points. Efe Abogidi had 14 points and six rebounds, Michael Flowers added 10 points with six assists and TJ Bamba scored 10 points. Williams had eight assists. The Cougars shot 50% from the field. Jacob Young led Oregon with 21 points. Franck Kepnang and Eric Williams Jr. added 11 points each. The Ducks shot 48% overall and made 4 of 12 3-pointers. Oregon lost both games on its trip north, having also lost to Washington on Thursday. Oregon has lost five of six since defeating Washington State two weeks ago. At game’s end Oregon (18-13,...
    President Joe Biden is looking for new ways to punish Russia's Vladimir Putin after the current slate of penalties failed to stop the invasion in Ukraine. U.S. and European sanctions on Moscow have crippled its financial system. But Biden carved out an exemption on Russia’s oil and gas sector, which accounts for 36% of the country’s revenue, wary that a spike in gas prices could add to already record-high inflation. “The goal was to maximize the impact on Putin and Russia and to minimize the harm on us and our allies and friends around the world,” Biden said this week. About 8% of U.S. liquid fuel imports are from Russia. US WITHHOLDING INTELLIGENCE FROM UKRAINE FOR FEAR OF PERCEIVED INVOLVEMENT The sanctions are having an impact on the world’s largest oil exporter, with prices Friday surging the most since 2005. Bipartisan majorities say the United States should stop buying Russian oil, with lawmakers turning the pressure on the White House this week and urging ramped-up sanctions. “I’m all for that. Ban it,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday. Her remarks...