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    MLB star Zach Davies' marriage started with a dream wedding and included sweet birthday tributes throughout the years. However, The Arizona Diamondbacks player's estranged wife Megan has claimed it ended with Davies "ghosting" her for more than a year. 5MLB pitcher Zach Davies' wife Megan has claimed he "ghosted" her more than a year agoCredit: Instagram 5Megan shared a post on Instagram detailing the breakdown of the couple's marriageCredit: Instagram / @megwlynnnn 5Davies last posted with Megan on September, 2020, as part of a birthday tribute (pictured)Credit: Instagram / @zdavies3 5The couple wed back in 2016. Megan is pictured on her wedding dayCredit: Instagram Megan shared an Instagram post on Monday where she claims Davies, 29, has cut off all communication and blocked her. She wrote: “In 2021 my world as I knew it completely fell apart. My husband cut off all communication from me while I was back home in Arizona and he was in another state. "He sent a text message at 6 am in the morning and then blocked me.” Megan stated that she filed for...
    FOUNTAIN, Colo. (CBS4) – The revving engine of a race car outside Fountain Wednesday morning was the sound of a major breakthrough in a technology that could one day change the lives of people who are mobility challenged. The man behind the wheel of the 850 horsepower NASCAR Cup race car was German Aldana Zuniga of Miami. Despite being paralyzed from the waist down, he used a microchip implanted in his brain to drive lap after lap. (credit: CBS) “It’s an amazing experience. Since my accident, I don’t have mobility below my waist, so this is my first time driving a car.” Zuniga said. Nine years after a life-altering car wreck, Zuniga used his thoughts to drive Wednesday. It’s a technological breakthrough pioneered by a team led by Dr. Scott Falci, a Colorado neurosurgeon with Health ONE’s Falci Institute for Spinal Cord Injuries. The group also included electrical engineer Dr. Harry Direen, and Kevin Davis with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. For more than a year, they, along with others, worked tirelessly...
    LEBANON, Ind. -- A central Indiana man who was one of three Republican candidates who advanced in the primary for a township board position has withdrawn after being charged with murder in connection with the March death of his wife.The video featured is from a previous report.Andrew Wilhoite's withdrawal form signed Wednesday doesn't list a reason for why he was removing himself from the Clinton Township Board race in Boone County, WRTV -TV reported Wednesday.Wilhoite, 40, of Lebanon received 60 of the 276 total votes for Republicans for three positions on the Clinton Township Board, Boone County election results show.RELATED: Indiana man charged with murder of wife wins primary electionWilhoite was arrested in late March in the death of 41-year-old Elizabeth "Nikki" Wilhoite. He's been held since then in the Boone County Jail without bond.Indiana State Police have said Andrew Wilhoite struck Nikki Wilhoite in the head with a blunt object, knocking her out. He then put her in a vehicle and drove to a creek a few miles (kilometers) from their home and dumped her body there, police said.Police...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in northern Minnesota are searching for a man who escaped from a prison Wednesday morning. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office says 42-year-old Kris Richard Severin escaped around 9 a.m. from the Northeast Regional Corrections Center in Saginaw, which is 17 miles northwest of Duluth. He was being held at the facility for violating a restraining order. Severin is described as a white man, standing 6-feet tall and weighing about 200 pounds. He has short brown hair, tattoos on both his arms, and he was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt, jeans and black shoes. Anyone who sees Severin or has information on his whereabouts is asked to call 911.
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News Daily that America has to borrow the money to send $40 billion in aid to Ukraine. Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow spoke with Paul as the Senate remains poised to pass legislation that would send $40 billion in military and economic aid to Ukraine while Americans grapple with inflation and food shortages. Paul has “single handedly” worked to hold up the Ukraine package, contending that the package needs an inspector general to ensure that the billions of dollars are spent wisely. Paul said that America would have to continue borrowing from China to appropriate the proposed Ukraine aid package. “I think it’s important to know that we don’t have any money to send, we have to borrow money from China to send it to Ukraine. And I think most people kind of get that, and many Republicans will say that when it’s a new social program, but if it’s military aid to a country, they’re like we can borrow that, that’s a justified borrowing,” Paul explained to Marlow. Paul served as one...
    A young Australian woman has listed the bizarre - and realistic - reasons why she doesn't want children in a lengthy TikTok video.  Maria, from Sydney, considered everything from possibly not liking her kids to an 'apocalypse' as well as the over expense of raising a family.  'Reasons I will not be having children. Number one, and most importantly, I don't want to,' she admitted in the clip.  'Number two, I don't want to be pregnant. I don't want my body to change, my organs are going to move, there's going to be something stuck in there for nine months. 'Scary things can happen to women during pregnancy - you can lose your hair, you can lose your teeth. I don't want to go through that.'  Scroll down for video Sydney TikToker Maria (pictured) revealed the reason why she won't be having kids. She considered everything from possibly not liking her kids to the 'apocalypse' 'Number three, what if I don't like them? Kids are going to grow up, and have their own thoughts and opinions,' she said. 'What if...
    A former Black Lives Matter leader admitted the charity was not prepared to handle the influx of 'white guilt money' donated after the murder of George Floyd and argues mistakes made with the funds are now being 'weaponized against her.'  Patrisse Cullors, who co-founded the charity in 2013, said BLM saw an unexpected 'tsunami of funding' - to the tune of $90 million - after Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police in 2020 and argued the charity did not have the infrastructure to support the donations. 'It was a major shock,' she told MSNBC's Into America podcast Monday. 'You know, contrary to what, you know, has been reported, much of the funding that came in was from individual donors. That was a lot of white guilt money. There's a lot of white folks being like, 'We just got to put the money.'' Cullors, who resigned from BLM last year after it was revealed she amassed a $3.2 million property portfolio, argues that her biggest mistake in regard to her financials was not drawing a salary from the foundation.  'I should have...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A proposal aims to save two historic Chicago buildings from being demolished.The Century and Consumers Buildings are located in the 200-block of South State Street. Century Building, 202 S. State Street and Consumers Building, 220 S. State Street Eric Allix Rogers/Preservation Chicago There are calls to demolish the buildings for security purposes because of their proximity to the Dirksen Federal Courthouse. However, several groups, including Preservation Chicago, want to use them for a National Archive Center.Both buildings are among Chicago's 2022 list of "most endangered" buildings.PHOTOS: Chicago's 'most endangered' buildings"They're very important buildings, and they're very important to the City of Chicago and the history of our architecture and the construction of buildings," said Ward Miller, executive director od Preservation Chicago.Miller said windows facing the federal courthouse could be blocked if needed for security purposes.
    JEOPARDY! fans were stunned as rideshare driver Ryan Long cruised to his 4th win Wednesday. Viewers went wild by his MASSIVE bets and insisted he's "opposite" ex-champ Mattea Roach. 1Ryan Long won his fourth Jeopardy! Wednesday, making him the longest-running player since Mattea Mayim, 46, is hosting Jeopardy! for a second week in a row, returning after Ken Jennings' prior three weeks at the helm and announcement he'd be out for "months." This week it was also announced that Mayim will be hosting the primetime spinoff, Celebrity Jeopardy! in the fall. The permanent hosting slot, however, is still on the board and will be decided by the end of Season 38 in July 2022. Now-3-day champ Ryan, a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania rideshare driver, cruised to a fourth win - as Mayim noted he's now won the most games since Canadian tutor Mattea Roach's tear. Most read in EntertainmentFEELING BLUE? Khloe Kardashian puts thin frame on display in tight dress amid fan fearsDREAM SUMMER Inside RHONJ stars Melissa & Joe's $2.8M beach house featuring massive poolCOMING FOR KRIS Kris Jenner's former bodyguard claims she's 'TOXIC' and 'addicted' to fameLOSING...
    Two young geese have some Nassau County Police officers to thank after being rescued from a storm drain. Observant residents called 911 just after 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, after spotting the animals, known as goslings, stuck in a drain on Sagamore Drive in Plainview. “Officers Francesco Vescio, Andrew Viscusi, Michael Nolan, and James Sarnataro arrived on the scene, where they found the frightened baby geese in the storm drain,” Nassau County Police wrote on Facebook. The officers removed the storm grate and used a long pole with a metal basket attached to scoop the goslings out. They were unharmed and were released to a nearby pond where the mother goose resides, according to police. “We’re happy to report that the goslings were reunited with mom, who looked like she wanted to have a word with them,” police said. “The Nassau County Police Department reminds all baby geese to please listen to their mothers and don’t go off exploring storm drains.” View video of the rescue here.
    A House Judiciary Committee hearing about abortion access was filled with loaded questions, stunning answers and plenty of drama as lawmakers asked abortion providers and opponents about the issue. A leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court has sparked an intense national abortion debate. The prospect of Roe v. Wade being overturned saw much of the debate play out on Capitol Hill Wednesday. “Making decisions about when and how to start a family is essential to women’s lives,” Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), who chairs the committee, said during the hearing. “The right to decide whether to carry or terminate a pregnancy is central to life, liberty and equality. It is the very essence of what it means to have bodily autonomy, which is a prerequisite for freedom.” House Republicans disagreed with that assessment, and they pressed abortion advocates about the issue. In one moment, Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) pressed Dr. Yashica Robinson of Alabama about late-term abortions. “Have you had human parts, human baby parts, arms, legs, as a result of an abortion performed at the time you just...
    THE Yankees have cut former third-round pick, Jake Sanford, over allegations he stole equipment from his minor league teammates to sell online. The New York team reportedly cut Sanford last Thursday after it was revealed that the 24-year-old “repeatedly hounded teammates for their equipment,” as reported by NJ.com.  1Third-round draft pick, Jake Sanford, was released following allegations he had stolen from former teammatesCredit: New York Yankees Sanford, who played college baseball at Western Kentucky, has also been accused of accepting money from buyers who wanted the equipment before failing to deliver the items. Sanford deleted his Twitter following the release. He received a signing bonus of $597,000 after being drafted in 2019. Most read in SportCASH FLO PROBLEMS Floyd charging £1,200 for online meet-and-greets amid claims he's skintFIT FOR A PRINCE Naseem Hamed pictured near Windsor after renting £1.4m house next to QueenHUGE PROBLEMS Andre The Giant drank 106 beers in just 45 MINUTES and had a tormented lifeMADE THE CUT Paige Spiranac wows with fresh new look as golf beauty tips Thomas for USPGA More to follow... For the...
    John Means is in the early stages of his recovery from Tommy John elbow reconstruction surgery, but the mustache he sported Wednesday in the Orioles’ clubhouse was in vintage form. “Gotta keep it interesting, you know?” Baltimore’s left-handed ace said. “I was losing my mind.” Without baseball as he recovers from his season-ending procedure, Means has turned to facial hair. He’s only three weeks into a recovery and rehabilitation process that will take at least a year, but he said he and doctors are pleased thus far. “Honestly, it’s going better than it’s supposed to be,” Means said. “My range [of motion], they said we’re ahead of schedule, so I don’t know, three weeks, and we got 12 months to go. Little victories here and there.” Means unexpectedly exited his second start after only four innings, with testing eventually revealing the ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow was “about 90% torn,” he said. Dr. Keith Meister performed the surgery in Arlington, Texas, on April 27, three day after Means’ 29th birthday. Means spent his offseason training at Meister’s Texas...
    COKED-UP violent yobs will be banned from every football ground for five years under a new crackdown following the Euro 2020 final carnage. Thugs convicted of snorting the class A drug on the terraces will also have their passport seized to stop them heading abroad for international clashes. 1Coked-up yobs will be banned from every football ground for five yearsCredit: Getty Cops have been warning that cocaine-fuelled hooliganism is on the rise, and was behind the ugly scenes at Wembley Stadium before England’s Euro final clash against Italy. Last night Boris Johnson said: “Middle class coke heads should stop kidding themselves, their habit is feeding a war on our streets driving misery and crime across our country and beyond. “That’s why we are stepping up our efforts to make sure those who break the law face the full consequences – because taking illegal drugs is never a victimless crime.” A Sun investigation last year found traces of cocaine in the loos at major Premier League grounds, including Spurs, Chelsea and Manchester City. READ MORE ON FOOTBALLTALL TIELE How Tottenham...
    (CNN)We've written multiple recent newsletters about the possible impending demise of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that gave American women the right to obtain an abortion.Today there's reason to focus on another topic related to gender and with ties to a major 1970s milestone.The big news in gender equality is that the US Soccer Federation announced a new 50-50 split in the way it pays men and women competing for the US national soccer teams. The deal announced on Wednesday means both sides will receive the same pay and prize money, including for participating at World Cups.The agreement is the result of years of lawsuits and lobbying by players for the spectacular US Women's National Team.The idea of the women's side achieving parity with the fair-to-middling (by international soccer standards) US Men's National Team is something to celebrate.Read More"This is a truly historic moment," said US Soccer President Cindy Parlow Cone in a statement on Wednesday, according to CNN's report. "These agreements have changed the game forever here in the United States and have the potential to...
    President Biden invoked the Defense Production Act on Wednesday evening to boost baby formula production and issued a directive for planes to bring in supplies from overseas, after growing pressure from Congress.  In addition to invoking the Cold War-era law to compel suppliers to direct resources to infant formula manufacturers before any other customer, Biden announced 'Operation Fly Formula,' which will direct Defense Department and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (HHS) resources to getting planes loaded with formula that meets FDA safety standards from other countries to bring it to American parents. The Defense Department will use its contracts with commercial airlines to transport the formula back to the U.S.  Earlier Wednesday a bipartisan group in the House is brought forth a resolution imploring Biden to invoke the Defense Production Act. Twenty members of the House, eighteen Democrats, two Republicans, and many who face competitive re-election races, co-sponsored the resolution, led by Rep. Josh Gottheimer, D-N.J. Co-sponsors include Reps. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.), Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.), Elaine Luria (D-Va.) and Chris Pappas (D-N.H.), and others. It has...
    NASSAU COUNTY, Long Island (WABC) -- They say twins have a special connection and for these twins there's no doubt."Super excited of course. It's a great honor to be named 'Val' and 'Sal" together," said Bethpage High School graduate Suchitha Channapatna.Valedictorian that is - for Suchitha Channapatna, and her fraternal twin, Ruchitha - who's salutatorian for the graduating class.But this is not the only set of twins leading their class on Long Island.Not far away, at Hicksville High School, we meet Sam, and Sean Zhen - identical twins who are also valedictorian and salutatorian of their senior class."You're left handed, I'm right handed. That's like almost the only thing," Sam Zhen said of the differences between the two.Both Sam and Sean were part of their high school's robotics club.And the Channapatna twins also participated in robotics where they've run into the Zhen twins at competitions.ALSO READ | Taylor Swift receives honorary degree from NYU, delivers commencement addressEMBED More News Videos Taylor Swift received an honorary degree from New York University on Wednesday and delivered a commencement address to the Class...
    MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (CBS) — As New Jersey marks one month since recreational cannabis was legalized, veterinarians are discovering an unintended consequence of easier access to marijuana. Kristin Goldberg’s dog Leia loves getting her nose in everything during her walks. READ MORE: Republican Nomination For Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Race Uncertain As Thousands Of Mail-In Votes Still Being Counted“Loves to explore and eat everything,” Goldberg said. But after walking around a West Deptford park two weeks ago, she seemed more tired than usual. “Her head was bobbling. Her legs were weak,” Goldberg said. As New Jersey marks one month since recreational cannabis was legalized, South Jersey animal hospitals are seeing a spike in dogs accidentally ingesting marijuana. The story at 6 pm today @CBSPhilly. pic.twitter.com/DpMKH4Jp78 — Brandon Goldner (@GoldnerTV) May 18, 2022 The Goldbergs took Leia to an animal urgent care, where vets diagnosed Leia with marijuana toxicosis. “I was dumbfounded,” Goldberg said. She suspects Leia sniffed out cannabis left behind by someone at the park. Rothman Animal Hospital’s Dr. Monique Screnci is Leia’s veterinarian. She says in the last...
    Diplomats raised the Stars and Stripes over the U.S. embassy in Kyiv on Wednesday, signaling that it was open for business again after shutting down three months ago before Russia invaded Ukraine.  It is the latest sign of business as usual in the Ukrainian capital after its forces pushed back Russian troops. Meanwhile, Ukrainian troops celebrated the arrival of heavy weapons from the U.S. by writing 'From America With Love' on new howitzer artillery pieces. And Ukraine said this week its armed forces had destroyed Russian tanks deep behind enemy lines in the Donbas region using British-made Brimstone missiles for the first time.  The result is the resumption of operations at the American embassy.  'When we suspended operations at the embassy, we made the point clear: while we would relocate U.S. embassy personnel for their safety and security, this would in no way prevent our engagement with, and support for, the Ukrainian people, government, and civil society as well as our allies and partners,' said Secretary of State Antony Blinken, adding that extra security measures had been implemented. He paid...