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    Washington (CNN)A version of this story appeared in CNN's Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here.One takeaway from Justice Samuel Alito's leaked draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade: The US Supreme Court's conservative majority is eager to prevent people from governing their own bodies, and willing to use the most bizarre logic to achieve that goal.Another: The assaults on abortion rights and voting rights go hand in hand."Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences," Alito claims in the draft. "And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division."Then Alito twists the knife.Read More"It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people's elected representatives," he writes.The people's elected representatives. Alito seems to disregard the profound inconsistency between the will of the people and the direction of many legislatures.Most Americans believe that abortion should be legal in all or most...
    A doctor has revealed why you shouldn't pee before you leave the house 'just in case' - claiming that going to the bathroom without actually needing to can cause damage to your bladder and lead to incontinence over time. Alicia Jeffrey-Thomas, a pelvic floor physical therapist from Boston, Massachusetts, has warned people not to attempt to use the bathroom if they don't feel like they really have to go. She replied to someone on TikTok who claimed people should always try to make themselves pee before they go out somewhere, and she explained that doing so can actually harm you in the end. The doctor shared her expertise in a video which has now gone viral - gaining more than five million views in a matter of days, and leaving many people on the internet stunned. A doctor has revealed why you shouldn't pee before you leave the house 'just in case' - claiming that going to the bathroom without actually needing to can cause severe damage Alicia Jeffrey-Thomas, a pelvic floor physical therapist from Boston, Massachusetts, has warned...
    DO you ever come out of Primark with a huge bag of clothes and homeware items and have spent way more than you intended? A psychologist has claimed the high street giant has some very clever tricks to persuade you to part with your cash.  1Experts have revealed the tricks Primark has to keep shoppers in store and spending money, on Channel 5 documentary Primark: How Do They Do It?Credit: Getty Primark serves over a million shoppers every day in more than 400 worldwide stores and racks up over £5billion in annual revenue.  Speaking on the Channel 5 documentary Primark: How Do They Do It?, psychologist Dr Amna spoke about how Primark tries to keep customers in store for as long as possible.  She said: “A destination store creates an experience for the consumer, almost like going to a theme park where all your senses are activated, and you want to stay there for longer.” It is said on the show that Primark only buys large retail spaces and tries to add extra experiences like cafes and beauty services to...
    MANY gather at Hyde Park today to smoke weed and celebrate 420. Here is what you need to know about the day so popular among weed smokers and its legality. 1 Weed smokers gather at Hyde Park to illegally smoke cannabis on April 20 When is 420 Day and why is it celebrated? Weed Day falls on April 20 every year. In the US calendar, this date is written as 4/20 – digits that have become synonymous with cannabis culture. In the USA, 33 states have legalised the drug (with a doctor's recommendation). It is a day half of celebration and half a call to action - calling for the decriminalisation of the drug. SECURE THE CASH Huge new $841 direct check payment to be sent out in just days'CREEPY' COREY Kardashian fans slam Corey for his 'creepy' birthday post to KourtneyBABY NO.4? Kourtney and Travis cradle her stomach in new photo amid pregnancy rumorsBONUS BUCKS Surprise $1,500 EITC check being sent by the IRS - how you can apply for funds What relevance does 420 have to smoking cannabis?...
    BIG BROTHER star Nikki Grahame lost her 31-year battle with eating disorder Anorexia at 38-years old, one year ago today. But to her mum Sue Grahame, 67, she was a beloved full-time job as she cared for her fragile daughter. 4Sue Grahame with daughter NikkiCredit: Instagram his poignant anniversary, rather than being tragic - to Sue will be something to celebrate with a big party. Sue says: “When we had Nikki’s, what I call party as I can’t say funeral, we could only have 30 people because of lockdown restrictions. “So on the anniversary of her leaving us, 70 of us are all gathering at a venue in London and that is going to be the highlight of the year for me to be finally able to celebrate her. “I am really looking forward to it, because I really love Nikki’s friends.”After being a carer for Nikki for 32 years, Sue is still keeping her daughter close by caring for her ashes. Read more on Nikki GrahameFOREVER MISSED A look at the life and sad death of TV legend Nikki...
    THE BRITISH favourite B&M has long been known for it's low prices, making it the perfect home for bargain hunters. One such person had particularly good luck when visiting one of the stores recently - but it wasn't the cheap cost that got everyone talking. 2NINTCHDBPICT000717570970Credit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group Paula Sparkles Pryśko, from Banbury, Oxfordshire, uploaded the snap of her steal on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, where members were left in stitches. Whilst strolling around a B&M store, Paula stumbled upon the Last Chance clearance section where countless of items go on sale. There the shopper found an amazing bargain - a pink blanket that had been reduced from £29.99 to just 10p. ''I’ll never get over this bargain,'' she wrote in the post which has been liked 1,700 times. Read more shopping storiesSECTION IMPERFECTION I worked at Primark & there are two sections no one wants to work inHOLI-YAY I bag £30 flights away every weekend - travelling SAVES me money However, it wasn't so much the discount that fellow users...
    IF you're experiencing a burning sensation down below, or peeing more often then you could have a urinary tract infection (UTI). While your first instinct might be to reach for the cranberry juice, one doctor says it might not actually help your symptoms. 1If you have a UTI then you might be about to reach for the cranberry juice - but one expert says this is not a proven remedy The NHS says that UTIs are usually caused by bacteria from poo entering the urinary tract. If you have a UTI it's likely someone will recommend that you drink cranberry juice to help soothe the pain. It's an age old remedy that people have been using due to A-type proanthocyanidins (PACs) present in cranberries that can prevent bacteria from sticking to the bladder wall. The NHS says that if you have a UTI you might need to take a course of antibiotics that can be prescribed by your GP. But many people turn to cranberry juice with it being one of the most popular DIY treatments on TikTok, raking in...
    SOCIAL media can be a particularly harsh place - and no one knows it better than Anja Lary. This skincare positivity influencer, Anja, is all about empowering others and reminding that social media is fake. 2Anja is very open about what the mean online trolls say to her on a regular basisCredit: Instagram But posting make-up free photos does come with one downside - mean online trolls, who can sometimes make it difficult for digital creators to be more candid. Going against the trend of sharing only heavily edited images, the vegan and cruelty-free skincare fan often uploads photos of herself wearing little to no make-up. Unlike most people on social media, the rising Instagram star is very open about having a skin condition - rosacea - and she doesn't try to cover it. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED But in response to one of her videos, an online troll commented: ''that's why you Go swimming for the first date.'' In another post, Anja shared what another person had written: ''Why tf you look...
    An optimistic theory about COVID-19 is that it will “self-mutate” into something harmless or experience “self-extinction.” Journalist David Axe examines that theory in an article published by the Daily Beast this week, explaining why it is probably “wishful thinking” and too good to be true. “A fringe theory — that the novel coronavirus can mutate into a harmless new form — seems to have given some people false hope that the pandemic, now entering its third year, might end all on its own, regardless of what government officials, scientists, and everyday people do,” Axe explains. “This COVID ‘self-extinction’ theory isn’t new. It got some traction in the media in the spring under slightly different terminology.” But according to medical and science experts interviewed by the Daily Beast, Axe adds, that theory is “probably wrong.” “It’s tempting to believe SARS-CoV-2 will just go away,” Axe writes. “Without expensive, politically fraught efforts to vaccinate everyone. Without unpopular mask mandates and restrictions on schools and businesses. Without anyone sacrificing anything in the interest of public health. But that’s most likely wishful thinking —...
    You may have heard it, you may have even chanted it, but “f*ck Joe Biden” is taking the nation by storm. That is, up until the G-rated version “let’s go Brandon” made its big debut. So why are people chanting “lets go Brandon?” WATCH: Daily Caller “Presents The Facts” addresses some of the most misleading claims promulgated by high-profile officials and so-called social justice warriors to give Daily Caller readers the ammunition to tackle everyday political conversations and debates. Hosted by Brianna Lyman, these videos also seek to explore the truth that is often shrouded by corporate media. Check out the latest episodes: Forcing Women To Compete Against Biological Men Is Unfair, Data Shows Who’s To Blame For The Border Crisis? Is Voter ID Racist, Or Are These Elected Democrats Just Out Of Touch?
    (CNN)In advance of South Carolina's Republican presidential primary in the 2016 race, Nikki Haley was blunt about her feeling on frontrunner Donald Trump.Trump was "everything a governor doesn't want in a president," Haley said. "I want someone who is going to hold Republicans accountable, and I want someone who is going to make a difference, not just for our party but for every person they represent in the country."A month earlier, in her response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech, Haley condemned the sort of politics that Trump represented. "During anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices," Haley said. "We must resist that temptation. No one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country."She endorsed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio just days before the Republican primary in the Palmetto State -- calling him "humble enough to remember he works for all the people," a not-so-subtle shot at Trump's bombast and self-centeredness.Then Trump won. South Carolina, then the...
    Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were all brought down for almost seven hours yesterday in a massive global outage. Problems began at around 16:45 BST (11:45 ET), leaving users unable to access the three platforms, as well as Facebook Messenger and Oculus, for the rest of the evening.  Facebook, which owns all the services, has blamed the outage on a bungled server update and insists it was not an attack from outside the company. The US tech giant said the problem was caused by a faulty update that was sent to its core servers, which effectively disconnected them from the internet.  But what exactly went wrong and why did it take more almost seven hours to fix? Here is MailOnline's breakdown of the issue... Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were all brought down for almost seven hours yesterday in a massive global outage. The US tech giant said the problem was caused by a faulty update that was sent to its core servers, which effectively disconnected them from the internet A Facebook staff member reportedly accidentally deleted large sections of the code...
    (CNN)Ten days ago, I wrote that Joe Biden had gambled his presidency on his decision to mandate Covid-19 vaccines for upward of 100 million Americans.That's looking like a very smart bet -- as poll after poll shows clear majorities supportive of the vaccine mandate.* A Fox News poll released over the weekend showed almost 6 in 10 Americans (58%) saying they support the federal government requiring all federal workers to be vaccinated. The same poll showed near-identical support (56%) for the government to compel all businesses with more than 100 employees to have their people vaccinated (or tested weekly).* A CNN poll released last week showed that a majority of Americans support vaccination requirements to return to the workplace (54%), kids attending in-person classes (55%), and concertgoers and people attending sporting events (55%).*And this from a Monmouth University poll released last week: "Most Americans support vaccine mandates for key groups mentioned in Biden's announcement last week. This includes requiring Covid vaccines for health care workers (63%), federal employees (58%), and private contractors working for the federal government (55%)."Read More ...
    The milk crate challenge is taking over social media, with videos of people attempting -- and usually failing -- to walk up and over a pyramid of milk crates.According to Know Your Meme, a website that documents the origins and history of online content, the trend started Aug. 1, when the first video of the challenge was posted to Facebook and quickly garnered hundreds of thousands of views.Now, videos copying the stunt are appearing all over the internet, also racking up thousands, sometimes million, of views.The milk crate challenge joins a long list of viral antics -- the ice bucket challenge and the Tide pod challenge among them -- but why are so many people so eager to jump on these bandwagons?According to Julie Ancis, a cyberpsychology expert and professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the answer is complicated.The concept of a "dare" or a challenge isn't new, nor is trying something outrageous for an adrenaline rush or for attention, Ancis said, but the internet has changed our relationship to these kinds of stunts. Instead of feeling pressure...
    Going into bed means, for most, escaping for a moment the trenches of everyday life. In a world as fast as the one we inhabit, the silence of the bedroom gives us the opportunity to reflect on our lives or on those important problems that sooner or later we will have to solve. At least until the dream, inevitably, ends up defeating us. Some people, however, experience this very moment as something turbulent and very difficult. As soon as your skin caresses the sheets, a battalion of intruding thoughts, of worries and uncomfortable images roar through every corner of his mental life. Sometimes they stay late into the night or even continue to vibrate at dawn. In general, it is an experience that is described as unpleasant and that can cause a significant deterioration in the quality of life in the medium term. For all this, it is possible that sometimes we wonder why it happens and what we can do to avoid it. In this article we will try to shed light on such unknowns. Rumination, an insistent and...
    A WOMAN'S safety tips have gone viral as she showed why you shouldn’t shop in the same place every day or take the same route home. Though the TikTok user Kaylen Zahara was not blaming any victims or survivors, she reminded her followers that bad people could be looming close by, waiting for a chance to attack. 4Kaylen Zahara went viral after she demanded women be consistent with being inconsistentCredit: Tiktok / @amazedbykayy 4She warned that their routines could put them in danderCredit: Tiktok / @amazedbykayy In a video, Zahara shared her warning to those women who either live alone or tend to run errands on their own. "Not every single college girl or young adult woman comes from the same background and same mindsets when it comes to safety and having street smarts and street sense," she began, justifying the purpose of her video. "It is important for us, as young women, to get comfortable with the idea and mindset of being consistently inconsistent with where we run our errands, what we do and how we...
    WITH temperatures soaring in the UK, thanks to the current heatwave, the last thing people probably want to be doing is going to work or school. And one schoolgirl thought that 30 degree sunshine was the perfect excuse to try and get her mum to agree to let her have the day off school. 5One schoolgirl left people in hysterics as she tried to persuade her mum to let her have the day off school because of the heatCredit: Alamy 5She explained that 30 degree temperatures were a good enough reason to stay home as "humans can die of hot weather"Credit: FAMILY LOWDOWN TIPS & IDEAS/Facebook Her mum shared the hilarious text exchange to Facebook and the girl's reasoning for wanting to stay home sent fellow parents into hysterics. Posting in group Family Lowdown Tips and Ideas, the mum revealed she was reluctant to let her daughter, named Martha, take the day off - especially so close to schools breaking up for summer - as she has two other children and felt she'd have to allow them to skip...
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