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    Colin Wayne — a veteran, entrepreneur, and founder of Redline Steel, described by host Alex Marlow as a “made-in-America success story” — spoke to Breitbart News Daily about his background and beliefs, and his struggles as a small business owner in President Biden’s America, stressing the importance of the “silent majority” speaking out. Wayne joined the military at 17, serving in three tours — Egypt, Iraq, and Afghanistan — before getting injured in Afghanistan and undergoing 15 months of physical therapy and lumbar block fusion surgery. Shrapnel went all the way through his right leg, Wayne explained. He ultimately landed on the cover of Ironman magazine, which kicked off his fitness modeling career as he “landed 50-plus magazine covers from Alabama.” At that point his social media blew up, and he now boasts over half a million followers on Instagram alone. Colin Wayne in Basrah, Iraq (courtesy of Colin Wayne) “I’m a Christian and I believe that God opens doors and closes them for a reason,” Wayne said, explaining that things continued to “compound,” and he realized he could “be a voice...
    A Covid-19 testing company in California has agreed to pay over $22 million in fines after they admitted to faking test results to patients. Sameday Technologies, which operates the testing centers Sameday Health nationwide, admitted to falsely claiming that their lab could turn around Covid tests in 24 hours.  In some cases, test results were given to patients even before the samples had reached the lab while others were simply never tested at all. Consumers were charged $195 for the bogus tests.  According to the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office's criminal complaint in the case, the company knew that they could not meet the claims they made.  The labs that worked with Sameday told the company that the results could not be turned around at that speed, the complaint said.  The founder of Sameday, Felix Huettenbach is a graduate of both MIT and the University of California, Berkeley  Doctor and podcast host Dr. Jeff Toll, pictured above, is accused of doing patient screenings for Sameday that were mandatory for customers who had health insurance On his Instagram page, Toll boasts...
    Cold reality struck early for Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy in the frigid temperatures that turned the third round of the 86th Masters into a brutal ordeal. On the 1,661st hole of Tiger’s storied Augusta career, the greatest clutch putter the game has seen suffered the indignity of just his second four-putt on these treacherous greens and the first for 17 years. Woods tossed the putter at his bag following the rare lapse at the difficult par-four fifth. After all the fairy-tale stuff, here was the game inflicting a real blow to the solar plexus. The comeback of comebacks will continue to delight and enthral on Sunday but it became clear at that point that it will not end in the most improbable of victory outcomes this afternoon. Cold reality struck early for Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy in the frigid temperatures RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Justin Rose wilts at the Masters as a triple bogey on 11... From wounded Tiger to Pink Panther, the five-time champion... MASTERS DAY TWO TEE TIMES:...
    A Russian newspaper called Komsomolskaya Pravda, previously noted for its staunch loyalty to the Kremlin, published an article that quickly disappeared from the site on Sunday claiming 9,861 Russian troops have been killed during the invasion of Ukraine. Numerous Western news organizations saved archival copies and screen grabs of the article before its apparent deletion. The Russian government has been very tight-lipped about how many of its soldiers have died in Ukraine. The only official casualty figure, provided very early in the invasion, claimed 498 confirmed deaths.  The figure published by Komsomolskaya Pravda on Sunday was much closer to Western intelligence estimates, which put Russian casualties at somewhere between 7,000 and 10,000. The Ukrainian state media site Ukrinform claimed on Tuesday that Russia had tallied 15,300 deaths since the war began in February. If this figure is accurate, the number of Russian soldiers killed during a month of fighting in Ukraine has now eclipsed the number of casualties Russia suffered during ten years of fighting in Afghanistan. The deleted Komsomolskaya Pravda article reportedly claimed that the figure of 9,861 deaths plus...
    A MUM who struggled with intense morning sickness during her pregnancy has shown the toll it took on her house. Emily Boazman is currently expecting her third child and suffered with hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) - the medical term for severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy - in the early days of her pregnancy. 4Emily Boazman took to TikTok to share footage of when she struggled with HG during the early days of her pregnancyCredit: TikTok/@emilyboazman 4Emily is expecting her third childCredit: tiktok She took to TikTok to share "actual footage" of her house while she battled HG, with the camera showing every room covered in mess. "Actual footage of my house while I had hyperemesis gravidarum and my two young daughters had to basically raise themselves while my husband was at work," she wrote over the clip. "They made MASSIVE messes and I could literally do nothing except lay there and throw up." She captioned the video: "Anyone else have HG? Read More Pregnancy stories Double trouble I got the shock of my life when I...
    Two Oklahoma women were rocked by the discovery that the mothers and father who raised them were not their biological parents — but rather, that 55 years ago, they were switched at birth at a local hospital. Tina Ennis and Jill Lopez, now 57, first opened up about the shocking revelation last month, when they filed suit against Duncan Regional Hospital for 1964 mixup — which they only discovered in 2019 thanks to an Ancestry.com DNA test. In an interview with Today, the two women spoke candidly about learning the truth and what it has meant for them. Meanwhile, Katherine Jones — Lopez's biological mother, but the mother who raised Ennis — said she was 'totally devastated' by the discovery, describing it as if 'somebody took a hatchet' to her heart. 'There's so many people involved,' Ennis added. 'It's not just me and Jill. It's two entire families.' Two women who learned from an Ancestry.com DNA test that they were switched at birth in 1964 are suing an Oklahoma hospital for the damaging mixup (Tina Ennis pictured left, Jill Lopez pictured right) Ennis...
    Q: I disagree with readers who resent the toll lanes being free for some carpoolers. I don’t like the toll lanes either, but it is a nice perk for those who will join a carpool. I once commuted with three others from Hayward/Fremont to Palo Alto. Carpooling, like anything else in life, can be a compromise. But it can also be fun. In our carpool, we had a rule that if anyone made us more than 15 minutes late, they had to provide doughnuts for the team the next day. Sufficient punishment, which eased the tension. Lighten up, people. If you’re not having fun, you’re not doing it right. Jim Cauble, Hayward A: What other rules do carpoolers use to make their commutes more enjoyable? In the meantime, here are the new rules for carpools in express lanes: Only clean-air vehicles (CAVs) with yellow, blue, orange or purple decals are eligible for discounted and toll-free travel. For all express lanes, drivers must have FasTrak. Carpools must have a FasTrak Flex toll tag in the vehicle set to the 2 or...
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – As more and more people start to feel allergies coming on in Southern California, the symptoms, such as coughing and runny nose, are making some worried that they might have gotten COVID-19. Orange County’s COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped again, but 31 more fatalities, most of which occurred this month, were logged, according to the latest data. READ MORE: Santa Ana Man Arrested For Molesting Girl He Met On Social MediaThe large number of fatalities follows a day after 28 deaths were reported Wednesday and the county surpassed 6,000 for its overall death toll. “We should expect that the death curve is going to fill in,” Andrew Noymer, an epidemiologist and UC Irvine professor of population health and disease prevention, told City News Service on Wednesday. “The January (death toll) is going to look an awful lot like the August (death toll) before it’s all said and done,” Noymer said. “Omicron is less severe, but you can’t have hospitalizations in the thousands … without some deaths,” he added. Dr. Regina Chinsio-Kwong, the county’s deputy health officer, told reporters on...
    MSNBC host Mehdi Hasan dedicated the “60 Second Rant” segment of The Mehdi Hasan Show on Sunday to journalist Bari Weiss and her recent comments on Real Time with Bill Maher regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. “We were told, you get the vaccine. You get the vaccine and you get back to normal. And, we haven’t gotten back to normal, and it’s ridiculous at this point,” said Weiss on Maher’s HBO show Friday. Hasan introduced the segment, saying this week he was focusing on Covid and Weiss’ comments that she was done with the pandemic. “Oh, it’s ridiculous, is it?” said Hasan in response to the clip of Weiss, noting that “on the same day that Weiss and Maher were complaining about our obsessive focus on Covid-19 and urging us all to move on from the pandemic,” 3,506 Americans died from it. “That’s a higher death toll than on 9/11, and in fact, that’s the highest Covid death toll since last winter, and one of the deadliest days of the pandemic so far,” Hasan continued his rapid-fire rant. The pandemic’s toll...
    Never-before-seen footage shows a truck driver approaching a toll booth and being cleared by an immigration agent moments before the deadly crash that left 56 United States-bound migrants dead and 107 injured in southern Mexico. The tractor trailer was traveling alongside a second truck on a stretch of a highway that connects the Chiapas cities of Chiapa de Corzo and Tuxtla Gutiérrez before they were both picked up by a surveillance camera last Thursday afternoon. The second truck is cleared to pass through the far left lane approximately at 3:14 p.m. a minute passed before the truck that was involved in the tragic incident appeared in the camera nearing the toll booth on the adjacent lane.  A surveillance camera captured two trucks that were traveling together along a highway in the southern Mexico state of Chiapas last Thursday before one of the trucks (top right) crashed, killing 56 migrants and injuring 107  A Red Cross paramedic tends to a migrant who was injured in the truck accident that left 56 people dead and 102 injured Bodies in bodybags are placed...
    (CNN)Nurse Katie Sefton never thought Covid-19 could get this bad -- and certainly not this late in the pandemic. "I was really hoping that we'd (all) get vaccinated and things would be back to normal," said Sefton, an assistant manager at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan.But this week Michigan had more patients hospitalized for Covid-19 than ever before. Covid-19 hospitalizations jumped 88% in the past month, according to the Michigan Health & Hospital Association."We have more patients than we've ever had at any point, and we're seeing more people die at a rate we've never seen die before," said Jim Dover, president and CEO of Sparrow Health System. Katie Sefton said she's now seeing younger patients die from Covid-19. "Since January, we've had about 289 deaths; 75% are unvaccinated people," Dover said. "And the very few (vaccinated people) who passed away all were more than 6 months out from their shot. So we've not had a single person who has had a booster shot die from Covid." Read MoreAmong the new Covid-19 victims, Sefton said she's noticed a disturbing trend."We're...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Transportation Authority advised Thanksgiving travelers to keep it moving on Tydings Bridge Toll Plaza, where there is a newly installed overhead electronic toll for highway-speed toll lanes. Officials ask travelers to stay alert and keep moving through the open lanes at highway speed. The overhead electronic toll lane will detect your E-Z pass transponder or you will have a bill for the toll mailed to you.
    SAUK CENTRE, Minn. (WCCO) — Climbing COVID-19 cases are taking a toll on small Minnesota hospitals. Doctors in some rural parts of the state says it’s the worst they’ve seen it. WCCO traveled to Sauk Centre where finding a hospital bed to get better for weeks has been a struggle. READ MORE: 'Denied Without Any Questions': Health Care Workers Sue Minnesota Hospital Over Vaccine MandateSusan Rutten has spent the last five days at CentraCare’s Sauk Centre hospital with COVID-19. The 65-year-old says she didn’t know what to believe when it came to the vaccine. “I was torn between some people telling me to, some people telling me not to,” Rutten said. With the help of monoclonal antibodies, she felt OK for about a week. Until her oxygen levels started falling. Her message now? “Get the vaccination. Stay out of the hospital,” Rutten said. Rutten is one of seven people with the virus staying at CentraCare, a hospital that usually keeps five to six people with a variety of issues. For the last month, they’ve been seeing twice that. Dr....
    STEVE BRUCE has admitted that he could retire aged 60 after the strain the Newcastle job put on his family. The former Aston Villa and Sunderland boss was sacked by the Toon's new Saudi owners today after they watched Sunday's 3-2 defeat to Tottenham. 3Steve Bruce has been sacked by NewcastleCredit: PA 3Bruce, 60, doesn't want to put strain on wife JanetCredit: Sportsfile - Subscription Bruce was unpopular with Newcastle fans, having managed their arch rivals and succeeded Magpies favourite Rafa Benitez. Speaking after his sacking, he told The Telegraph: "I think this might be my last job. It’s not just about me; it’s taken its toll on my whole family because they are all Geordies and I can’t ignore that. "They have been worried about me… especially my wife Jan. "I’m 60-years-old and I don’t know if I want to put her through it again. "We’ve got a good life so, yeah, this will probably be me done as a manager - until I get a phone call from a chairman somewhere asking if I can give them...
    Dr Rory Cowlam is known to fans of his TV shows — which include The Pets Factor and Blue Peter — simply as 'Rory the Vet'. The 29-year-old lives in South London near his practice, The Neighbourhood Vet in Dulwich, and is an RSPCA ambassador and author of The Secret Life Of A Vet. Poor Bella the tabby arrived in a sorry state. She had cystitis and was overgrooming so much that small bald patches of pink skin were beginning to show through her once-thick fur. I asked her owner what had changed in their lives? Cats, like most pets, are creatures of habit and can become anxious if their routine is disturbed — and these were classic signs of stress Bella's owner promptly burst into tears. She had just broken up with her partner, but this was in the early days of the pandemic and she couldn't move out. So they were constantly at each other: trapped in a one-bedroom flat together with no respite. Dr Rory Cowlam has found that some pets have been hit hard by lockdown...
    Mike Tyson is vaccinated against COVID-19, but the former heavyweight champion boxer only did so out of necessity. 'I didn't do it willingly,' Tyson told USA Today. 'I'm a little apprehensive of that. I was pretty much beaten into submission to do this because I travel internationally. And if I don't travel, we don't eat.' Tyson spoke to USA Today from the headquarters of his cannabis company, which is one of several businesses in which he's involved. He also regularly makes public appearances.  Mike Tyson, 55, is vaccinated against COVID-19 , but the former heavyweight champion boxer only did so out of necessity 'So I decided to take the risk and take the shot,' Tyson continued. 'And people, they have their own choice. I never got sick.' The 55-year-old may have previously had COVID-19, he said, but is not sure. 'I was coughing a lot and I was in this place with a lot of people,' he said. 'The whole day I was just coughing, throwing up water, so I was dehydrated.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia is on pace to surpass 2020’s staggering homicide total. As of Friday night, there have been at least 413 homicides in the city, which is a 20% increase from this time last year. “It makes my heartbreak and you think about the families, the heartbreak, the impact,” Marla Davis Bellamy, the director of Ceasefire Philadelphia said. READ MORE: Fans Not Allowed At Bonner-Prendergast, Neumann-Goretti High School Football Game Due To Potential AltercationsCrime in the city is taking a toll on Philadelphians as another day brings another victim and a grieving family. On Friday, Terrence Shedrick, 43, was added to a growing list of homicides. The father of six was shot and killed in a double shooting outside of a bar on Island Avenue and Elmwood in Southwest Philadelphia around 3 p.m. during happy hour. Shedrick’s wife joins families grieving victims of gun violence like the family of Nazeem Wiseman, an 18-year-old who was killed Thursday during a drive-by triple shooting on Lehigh Avenue and 16th Street. The shooting also injured a 12-year-old girl. “Many of...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. The Maryland Transportation Authority, which operates toll facilities around the state, didn’t know it was overcharging motorists, a review by legislative auditors concluded. Even after billing mistakes were flagged in December 2019, the authority conducted only “limited” reviews to determine the extent of the problem, according to the report. Del. Al Carr (D-Montgomery), who has tracked MDTA issues, noted that period covered by the audit — May 10, 2016 to March 4, 2020 — ended long ago. He said the true scope of Maryland’s toll-collection problem goes deeper than the report uncovered. The authority agreed with some findings by the Office of Legislative Audits and disagreed with others. It said its systems flag most errors before motorists’ accounts are debited. The MDTA pledged to correct problems highlighted in the audit by Dec. 1. During the audit period, MDTA switched vendors in order to upgrade the equipment and software it uses to detect E-ZPass transponders, read license plates and collect tolls. The...
    Gymnast Aly Raisman has hit out at the Department of Justice for failing to attend a senate probe hearing into the FBI's handling of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case - accusing the DoJ of sending a message that they didn't think the suffering of the pedophile doctor's victims was 'worth their time'.  The 27-year-old gave damning testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee for its hearing into the FBI's botched probe into Nassar's sexual abuse on Wednesday - during which she detailed the abuse she endured at the hands of the former Team USA doctor, before blasting the FBI for failing to properly investigate gymnasts' initial abuse claims, leaving Nassar free to abuse another 120 children.  She was joined at the hearing by her fellow gymnasts and Nassar abuse victims Simone Biles, 24, McKayla Maroney, 25, and Maggie Nichols, 24, all of whom accused the FBI of failing them and so many other Nassar victims in failing to take action when his abuse was first brought to light.  The Senate hearing examined why the FBI failed to investigate Nassar, 58,...
    JESSE LINGARD’S schoolboy error sent Manchester United to a dramatic defeat in their Champions League opener. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made some questionable substitutions and tactical changes as United fell apart following Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card for an ankle-high challenge. 4Jesse Lingard gifted Young Boys their winner in the 95th minuteCredit: AP But the manager blamed the referee, the astroturf pitch and United’s indiscipline as his side imploded in Switzerland after Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring. Young Boys levelled before Lingard’s underhit backpass allowed the hosts to grab a 95th-minute winner. United were 1-0 up when French ref Francois Letexier waved away Ronaldo’s appeal after he was bundled over in the box. Soskjaer said: “Cristiano should have had a penalty and it should have been a red card. “He shoves him with his arm and he’s one on one with the keeper but he probably didn’t do it as he’d have had to send him off and that’s sometimes what you get with young refs.” Solskjaer also questioned Wan-Bissaka’s 35th-minute sending off for a challenge on Christopher Martins. FREE BETS: GET...