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    TWO small children are among those to have been killed after a gunman opened fire on a nursery in a reported murder-suicide. Officials were called to the bloody scene in Veskiama, Russia as two further fatalities were confirmed. 4The gunman, identified as Ruslan Akhtyamov, 26, gunned down four victims before turning the gun on himselfCredit: East2West 4The victims were found dead at the nursey in Veskiama, RussiaCredit: East2West According to Tass, the man opened fire on the two tots before turning the gun on himself. The young victims, named as five-year-old Vladimir and six-year-old Ekaterina had reportedly been sleeping in their beds at the time. The alleged gunman had embarked on a ruthless rampage after gunning down his neighbour, Alexandrer Dronin, 68, before entering through the school gates.   He then reportedly shot schoolteacher Olga Mitrofanova who had heroically attempted to stop the gunman from entering the children’s classroom. Read more on crimeGUEST HOUSE HORROR Chilling details of Brit couple found dead with haunting note in France Fellow nanny at the kindergarten, Elena Karpova, 52, also suffered an arm injury, but...
    A pair of dismal defeats at home showed the Chicago Bulls the limits of their star duo: DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine can do a lot, but they can’t do it all. The Milwaukee Bucks defense clamped down on DeRozan and LaVine in Games 3 and 4 of the first-round playoff series, holding them to 26 and 47 combined points. That’s a steep drop from their combined average of 52.3 points during the regular season. The Bulls can’t beat the Bucks without their stars performing at their best. But DeRozan and LaVine are being held back even further by a lack of shooting from the Bulls supporting cast. “One guy isn’t going to beat them,” LaVine said. “They were crowding the paint, and once I break that first line of defense, they were sending guys into the lane and not letting me and DeMar try to beat them.” DeRozan set a personal postseason record in Game 2 with 41 points in the Bulls’ only win of the series. After making his final basket with 18.2 seconds left, DeRozan collapsed onto...
    Kharkiv, Ukraine (CNN)Just before the start of Alexandra Rudkovskaya's shift on Saturday, her mom gave her a big, long hug. The kind mothers give their kids when they don't know when -- or even if -- they'll see them again. Rudkovskaya, 24, works as a paramedic in Kharkiv -- a choice she says leaves her mother "worried to the point of hysteria." "She says you need to leave this town, you need to go to some place safe. Why do you need to do this? I have only one child, stop doing this," Rudkovskaya told CNN.Just hours after their hug goodbye, the stuff of her mother's nightmares came true when Rudkovskaya and her partner Vladimir Venzel put their lives on the line to reach an injured patient. CNN was there to witness their bravery.Kharkiv, which is close to the Russian border in northeastern Ukraine, was one of the first cities to come under attack when Russia invaded two months ago. It has been subjected to near-constant shelling ever since. Read MoreRudkovskaya hugs her mother at the start of her 24-hour...
    President Joe Biden's sister said on Monday that Donald Trump was 'intent' on bringing her family down and insisted Hunter Biden is not a problem for the clan, even as he's facing a rapidly-intensifying federal tax fraud probe. Valerie Biden Owens, 76, defended her nephew against criticism over his foreign business dealings by insisting there was no '"there" there' since before the 2020 presidential election.  She sat for an interview with CBS Mornings while promoting her new memoir 'Growing Up Biden.' Owens, a longtime Joe Biden confidante and his closest political adviser, also told host Gayle King that she believes her 79-year-old big brother was the 'right person' to run for president again in 2024 despite his advanced age.  But while standing by him and playing a key role in every one of his campaigns, Owens revealed that the 'only race' she had reservations about was his 2020 bid against Trump.   'The only race that I wasn't enthusiastic about Joe getting involved in was the 2020 presidency because I expected, and was not disappointed, that it would be ugly and...
    The younger sister of accused Sarah Lawrence cult leader Larry Ray's 'wife' broke down on the stand and wept as jurors were shown video of alleged victims in happier days, before they say they descended into prostitution, extortion and mental collapse. Yalitza Rosario, 32, testified Wednesday afternoon. She sat dry eyed when the court was shown video of her, all but catatonic, while Ray bombarded her with questions about her mental state. Yet when US Assistant Attorney Danielle Sassoon played footage of Rosario with her brother, Santos, Ray's daughter Talia, Daniel Levin and Isabelle Pollok happily enjoying the Holidays together in January 2012 she pulled her glasses from her face and wept. The Columbia graduate explained, 'I felt like I had a group of friends I didn't have [elsewhere].' Ray's Upper East Side apartment had, she said, been a 'refuge' with Ray at its center, a 'paternal figure' when she was first introduced to the group by her brother in 2011. The younger sister of Sarah Lawrence 'cult leader' Lawrence Ray's 'wife' Felicia Rosario broke down on the stand today.  Yalitza...
    Last week, Netflix hit the headlines after announcing that it is increasing the price of its subscription packages in the UK by up to £2 a month.  Now, the streaming giant has more bad news for users, with a new system to crackdown on password sharing. Netflix is testing charging users an extra fee to share their account with people outside their household. Netflix is testing charging users an extra fee to share their account with people outside their household NETFLIX'S NEW UK PRICES - Basic: £5.99 to £6.99 (one screen at a time) - Standard: £9.99 to £10.99 (two screens at a time, HD available) - Premium: £13.99 to £15.99 (four screens at a time, Ultra HD available) More info: Netflix.com   While many users share their Netflix password with friends and family who don't live in the same house as them, this is actually against Netflix's terms of service. 'The Netflix service and any content accessed through the service are for your personal and non-commercial use only and may not be shared with individuals beyond your household,' its terms read. According to Netflix, sharing...
    This family of coastal brown bears lived up to their name as they enjoyed a day out together at the beach. Photographer Jennifer Hadley captured the mother bear and her three cubs as they took a trip to the shores of Kodiak Island, Alaska, earlier this week. The light-haired mother bear went hunting for clams and fish with her three brunette cubs before relaxing on the beach and snuggling up on the sand. Photographer Jennifer Hadley captured a mother coastal brown beach bear and her three cubs on the shores of Kodiak Island, Alaska, where they were hunting for clams and fish before snuggling up on the sand The resourceful brown bears, who are opportunistic feeders, will supplement their salmon-based diet with razor, butter and steamer clams which they dig up on the tidal flats of the Alaskan coast During their outing, the brown bears attracted the attention of a male bear, who approached them on the sand, causing the mother to keep a close eye on her cubs The resourceful brown bears, who are opportunistic feeders, will supplement their...
    A couple who were made to put their daughter up for adoption after falling pregnant as teenagers before being driven apart by their parents have revealed how they found love together again more than 50 years later. Karen Lehmann and Denny Vinar, from Minnesota, were high school sweethearts who discovered they were expecting a child in 1961, when Karen was just 15.  She was sent to a home for unmarried mothers and made to place her daughter, Denise, up for adoption. Karen and Denny stayed together but eventually split because Karen's parents did not agree with the union.  After more than five decades without speaking, Denny contacted Karen, then a widow, over LinkedIn. When the pair finally met in person it was love at first sight - and they finally married just 36 hours later.   'It felt like nothing much had changed including his dimples when he smiled and the sparkle he has,' Karen said. The couple later reconnected with their daughter, who now uses the name Jean Voxland.   Karen Lehmann and Denny Vinar, from Minnesota, reconnected after 53 years apart...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Two football stars from McKeesport are leaning on each other after gun violence turned their lives upside down. While former University of Pittsburgh football player Jason Chavis is doing everything he can to find his son’s killer, former Penn State football player Brandon Short is preparing to see his daughter’s alleged killer in court on Friday. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Organizations Work To Send Supplies To Ukraine“Just all the heartache and pain that my friend was going to go through and how frustrated and angry I am about my own loss and his loss and how much unnecessary death continues to happen,” said Short. Short is overwhelmed with sadness because his friend’s son had his life taken from him. Twenty-five-year-old Jason Chavis was shot and killed in Homestead last Thursday night. “He was the ball that I wasn’t supposed to drop. As a father, you immediately feel like you failed. You feel like you failed because you didn’t keep your kid safe,” Jason Chavis said. The person or people who killed his son still walk the streets. Jason...
    CARSON (CBSLA) — Six years later, a Carson family hasn’t given up hope they will find justice for a mother and son who were gunned down in front of their home. (credit: Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department) READ MORE: Newsom Expected To Make Announcement On California's School Mask MandateOn Feb. 27, 2016, Michele and Jordan Love were shot to death just before midnight as they drove up to the garage of their home on Tillman Avenue in Carson. Since the murders, homicide detectives say they have had leads, but witnesses have been reluctant to come forward. READ MORE: Ukraine Seeks 'Immediate Ceasefire' In First Direct Talks With Russia As Onslaught ContinuesOn Sunday, the family held their annual balloon release at the Tillman Avenue home to remember the mother and son who were taken too soon. MORE NEWS: $295M Bel-Air Megamansion To Go Up For AuctionA $25,000 reward for information for information leading to the killer is available from the City of Carson. Anyone with information about the murders can contact Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.
    This is the moment a Ukrainian driver mockingly asks invaders if they need a 'tow back to Russia' after spotting their tank had broken down on a road en route to Kyiv.   The clip, shared widely across social media, appears to show an encounter between a group of Ukrainians and Russians who are said to be stranded at the side of a road outside of the Ukrainian capital. The footage begins with the driver slowing down to a stop as he approaches the Russian tank, which has 'broken down' on the side of the road and waiting for diesel. The Ukrainian motorist rolls down his window before jokingly offering to tow the troops back to Russia, prompting roars of laughter from all involved. Hundreds of people, including Ukrainian former journalist Victor Kovalenko, took to Twitter to share a translation of the humorous exchange. Fighting has raged on in and around major Ukrainian cities for a third consecutive day, as Kyiv’s defence ministry has so far put Russia’s losses at around 2,800 troops, 80 tanks, 516 armoured vehicles, and 10 airplanes and...
    In a venue built for champions, the Los Angeles Rams carried off the crown jewel: a Super Bowl trophy. It took a precise 79-yard drive capped by Cooper Kupp’s 1-yard touchdown reception with 1:25 remaining for a 23-20 victory Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals to give the Rams their first NFL title since the 1999 season — and their first representing Los Angeles since 1951. “Those guys just did a great job,” coach Sean McVay said. “They took over that game.” They did it in their home, the $5 billion SoFi Stadium, making the Rams the second consecutive host to win the championship after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the first a year ago. “As far as building this stadium,” said Rams owner Stan Kroenke, the man who moved them back from St. Louis in 2016, “I think it turned out all right.” The winning series, during which Super Bowl MVP Kupp’s 4-yard touchdown reception from Matthew Stafford was negated by offsetting penalties, ended soon after with the NFL Offensive Player of the Year easily...
    WAYNE ROONEY’S Derby County are ready to turn the tables on the EFL — and make a compensation claim if they finish below Reading. The Rams administrators and their advisers have studied a legal report the League are using to justify Middlesbrough and Wycombe asking millions from them. 2Wayne Rooney applauds the travelling fans as a 4-1 loss at Middlesbrough on Saturday left Derby four points from safetyCredit: Getty 2Aaron Connolly blasts the home side's third goal as Middlesbrough moved into the play-off spots with victory over DerbyCredit: Rex The EFL have classed the pair as having ‘football related debts’, which means Derby have to deal with the problem and possibly look for money at the end of the season. Derby were docked nine points for Financial Fair Play offences — on top of 12 for going into administration. But Reading were only penalised six points for their offences under the EFL rules. If the gap between the pair is three points or less after 46 games it could lead to another club versus club legal claim. Derby’s argument will...
    Democratic strategist James Carville expressed doubts the Jan. 6 committee’s forthcoming findings will help Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections. The House select committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol has subpoenaed more people closer to the inner circle of former President Donald Trump in recent weeks. CNN and other networks rarely go more than a few minutes without mentioning the committee, or those whom it is seeking to speak with. But Carville is not convinced that its findings will have much of an impact in November. Carville joined AC360 where he discussed issued plaguing Democrats ahead of the midterms with fill-in host John Berman. Berman and Carville began the interview by talking about inflation, which the political strategist said will be an issue that will either lead Democrats to victory or certain defeat. Berman asked, “James, inflation at a level not seen since 1982, how do Democrats deal with that headed into the midterms?” Carville said the issue will be defined between now and the end of the year, depending on how Democrats handle messaging of rising prices. “Act like...
    After the verdict had been delivered in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, Juror 50, also known as Scotty David (not his real name), wasted no time. He went home, took to his social media accounts like a fizzing bath bomb and sprayed his soapy thoughts online. He wanted to tell everyone what it was like taking part in the high-profile trial. Check it out! Pretty damn exciting, dudes! Better than his day job as an executive assistant slash global credit manager, that’s for sure. Scotty David went home, took to his social media accounts like a fizzing bath bomb and sprayed his soapy thoughts online SCOTTY DAVID'S TRIAL ANTICS Scotty David may not have broken any laws in America — but he would almost certainly be charged with contempt of court in the UK. Here, jurors are instructed that after the trial they can talk about what happened in the court room but must never, ever discuss what happened in the jury room, not even with family members. In addition, they must never post comments about the trial on social media,...
    People spent a staggering 4.8 hours a day, or nearly a third of their waking hours, on their mobiles last year, new research shows. App Annie's newly-released 'State of Mobile' report has found consumers globally spent a record 3.8 trillion hours on mobiles in 2021.  In the UK, the average amount of time spent on phones per day in 2021 was four hours, less than the global average of 4.8 hours for the year. But UK mobile use has increased from three hours per day in 2019 and 3.7 hours per day in 2020.   Overall, 2021 was 'record-breaking' as consumers continue to embrace a mobile lifestyle and move away from big screens, the firm said.   In particular, the use of Chinese video sharing app TikTok saw an increase of 90 per cent globally excluding China, compared to 2020.   In the UK, the average amount time spent on mobile per day in 2021 was four hours, less than the global average of 4.8 hours for the year 'Mobile is the greatest of all time and the go-to device of the future,' said Theodore...
    Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra on Monday issued a grave warning if the U.S. Supreme Court were to strike down the Biden administration’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) mandate on COVID-19 vaccination for employers with 100 or more employees. The court began hearing oral arguments on two separate legal challenges this week. Becerra told “CNN Newsroom” that “people will die” if the mandate gets struck down. He added that would be on the justices’ “conscience.” “[H]opefully the plan is that the Supreme Court will recognize that the federal government, the Biden administration has the authority to require these vaccines,” Becerra said. “We know they work. They save lives. We’ve proven it. Here at HHS, with 88,000 workers, nearly 100% of our workers are vaccinated already.” Host Victor Blackwell asked, “And if they don’t?” “And if they don’t, well, I think that will be on their conscience,” Becerra replied. “I think there’s some clear authority, legal authority, for us to move forward as we have proposed — both for the private sector workforce and for the health care workforce....
    A Colorado family's two young girls thought Santa's reindeer left the droppings they found on their doorstep Christmas morning, but the family's Ring doorbell camera laid bare the less palatable reality that an addled thief had dropped trou and defecated on their porch before taking off with the five-year-old's scooter. The Aurora mother, who wished to remain anonymous, posted the moment the deranged late-night visitor used her porch as his personal toilet, hoping someone would recognize him and 'he is so embarrassed he will never do that again.' 'Hopefully if his friends see or, you know, family members they can get on him and tell him like that was just disgusting and wrong,'  the homeowner told FOX 31. In footage from her Ring doorbell, the man can be seen sprinting toward the house as he unbuttons his fly.   Scroll down for video In footage from her Ring doorbell footage, the man can be seen beelining toward the house as he unbuttons his fly The man can be seen picking the spot to use as his personal toilet on the Colorado family's...
    A New York judge upheld his order for The New York Times to return documents they obtained about communications between the conservative activist group Project Veritas and the group's lawyers. In his Friday ruling, Justice Charles Wood ordered The Times to immediately give back all physical copies of their Project Veritas documents and destroy any electronic copies the newspaper has, as they were protected by attorney-client privilege.  Wood also argued that The Time's story regarding the documents were of no 'general interest and of value and concern to the public.'  A.G. Sulzberger, publisher of The Times, said the news outlet would seek a stay of the ruling and would appeal it on First Amendment grounds.  'This ruling should raise alarms not just for advocates of press freedoms but for anyone concerned about the dangers of government overreach into what the public can and cannot know,' Sulzberger said in a statement.  A New York judge ordered the NY Times to return all the files it obtained regarding communications between Project Veritas and their lawyers. Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe is suing...
    GINO D'Acampo left his wife Jessica in tears as he surprised her with their wedding vow renewal in Italy. The TV chef took Jessica, who he met aged 18 years old, to Puglia to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary and sprang the surprise on her over dinner. 4Gino D'Acampo's wife breaks down in tears after his epic surprise in the latest episode of Gino's Italian Family Adventure 4The couple renew their vows on their 20th anniversary in Italy In the latest episode of Gino's Italian Family Adventure Gino began to explain what was happening and said while pointing at a waitress: "So the Bella, she’s not really a waiter, she’s going to marry us again." Shocked, Jessica replied: "Are you being serious?" Dressed in a white shirt a tie, Gino then handed her a bouquet of flowers, and said: "Yes, this is for you." Gino then showed Jessica a tablet screen to reveal their children, Luciano, 19, Rocco, 16, and nine-year-old daughter Mia on a video call. Mia said: "Mummy you look beautiful, I wish I was there!" Seeing his...