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    PRINCE Harry insists he should still receive taxpayer-funded security as he is in "immediate" line to the throne, court papers say. The Duke of Sussex is suing the Home Office because it refused to spend taxpayers' money on bodyguards. 3Prince Harry is facing his first High Court battle todayCredit: BackGrid Harry, 37, who quit royal duty and privileges that come with the job to live in California with Meghan Markle two years ago, says he feels "unsafe" in the UK. He wants to fund his own Met Police armed bodyguards but the Home Office refused and insiders are saying police are not "guns for hire". Harry is also arguing that his private protection team in the US does not have adequate jurisdiction abroad or access to UK intelligence information which is needed to keep his family safe. The Duke's case is being heard by Mr Justice Swift in London's High Court this morning - but Harry is not attending in person. Court papers filed by the Home Office claim Harry believes the ruling made in February 2020 by the Executive...
    FORMER reality star Jon Gosselin is worried his kids will burn through their TV fortune, which they are set to inherit when they turn 18 this year, The Sun can exclusively reveal. Jon, 44, has even enrolled the two kids in has custody - Hannah and Colin, both 17 - into finance classes to help them handle the money they are due to receive on their birthday in May. 5Jon Gosselin hopes all his children will spend the money wiselyCredit: OZ 5Jon and Kate and their right kids during the time they were filmingCredit: Rex 'No control' Although Jon's looking forward to the other kids having some independence from Kate, 46, with the new money, he is concerned they may not spend it wisely. Although the exact figure each will be receiving is unknown, the show ran for 11 seasons, so it is believed to be in the thousands. The kids will receive the money in increments, 25 percent at age 18, 25 percent at 21, and the other half at ages 25 and 30. A source...
    After intense speculation yesterday regarding his future, Tom Brady might want to wait a little before deciding to hang up his boots after 22 seasons in the NFL due to a handsome payout if he decides to call time on his career after February 4.  The legendary quarterback, 44, agreed to a one-year extension with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers through the 2022 season, worth $25million, in March 2021. However, if he retires before February 4, Brady will be giving up $15million out of a $20million signing bonus. Should he stay on through that date, Spotrac reports that Brady's entire salary would be guaranteed but voided if he decides to retire.  Brady had initially signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when he first joined them from free agency at the beginning of the 2020 season after his contract with the New England Patriots had expired.  Tom Brady has announced that he hasn't decided if he will retired from the NFL after ESPN reported he was leaving the league earlier on Saturday  The deal was worth $50million, and according to...
    Texas's Williamson County has settled the case of a 40-year-old Black man who died during his 2019 arrest after telling officers he could not breathe. "The Commissioners Court approved a settlement in the Javier Ambler lawsuit of $5 million. The County will pay approx. $1.6 million with the remainder paid by the County's insurance," the county said in a tweet.  On March 28, 2019, Ambler died after a car chase that started when he did not dim his headlights for oncoming traffic, according to NBC News. Williamson County deputies James Johnson and Zachary Camden, who were joined by a reality television crew for "Live PD," chased Ambler for more than 20 minutes. When authorities reached Ambler, they tased him multiple times. Body camera footage showed Ambler telling them that he could not breathe. "We're very proud to have represented the Ambler family and reached a settlement that sends a message that ignoring a person's pleas that they cannot breathe will no longer be tolerated," the firm Edwards Law said in a tweet.  We're very proud to have represented the Ambler...
    ALLEGED school shooter, Ethan Crumbley could get a lighter sentence if he blames his parents for giving him the gun used in the shooting, said an expert. Attorney Matthew Barhoma, founder of Barhoma Law, P.C., is a renowned criminal appeals and corporate lawyer in California. 4Ethan Crumbley has been charged as an adult for allegedly killing four students at Oxford High SchoolCredit: The Mega Agency 4Ethan's parents, James and Jennifer were also charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughterCredit: Facebook/jcrumbley He spoke with The Sun about the Crumbleys, who are in a rare situation as Ethan’s parents, Jennifer and James, have also been charged with involuntary manslaughter.  “It's very unfortunate to see yet another school shooting. However, this one cuts deeper as it appears to have been so preventable,” he said. Barhoma added that Ethan’s parents and “anyone else in a position to help” could have addressed the “deeper rooted issues” in the teen’s life. The 15-year-old was caught by a teacher searching for ammunition on his phone a day before the shooting. “If anything is to change, we need to...
              more   Republican Rich McCormick, running for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District, previously said four GOP members of Congress had endorsed his candidacy, but on Thursday he said they did not actually endorse him. McCormick said he made a mistake. “I am not a good politician. I’m just going to admit it. I am a good Marine and a good doctor. I have done that for decades, but political speak is difficult for me sometimes when people say ‘I 100 percent support you.’ Some people use language that is very confusing to a guy,” McCormick told The Georgia Star News. “My understanding is that they endorsed me. That’s my mistake, not having that confirmed. Some of them endorsed me in the Seventh [Congressional District race], but they didn’t endorse me because I switched to the Sixth. It is what it is. I made a mistake. I own that. We are going to move on. We are right now collecting our endorsements in writing so that when we do our next release it’ll be far more accurate.” The Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC)...
    JULIUS Jones' mom is begging the governor of Oklahoma to spare her son's life as he's set to receive lethal injection. Madeline Davis-Jones — the mom of Julius Jones, a 40-year-old prisoner who was sentenced to death in 2002 —urged Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt on Sunday to call off her son's execution. 3Julius Jones, 40, has been sitting on Death Row since he was convicted of murder in 2002Credit: AP 3Julius Jones' mom Madeline Davis-Jones spoke to supporters on February 25, 2021, in Oklahoma CityCredit: AP Speaking in a video, shared to Twitter on the Justice for Julius campaign page, Madeline said: "Governor Stitt, please send my baby boy home. "He is innocent and please send him home in Jesus' name. I ask you. Thank you." Madeline's request comes just days before her son's scheduled execution on November 18, 2021. The short video clip, which has since been viewed more than 18,000 times, starts with Madeline talking and then transitions to footage of supporters holding signs and walking for justice. "Governor Kevin Stitt, choose life. EXODUS 20:13," text at the...
    The newly elected mayor of New York City said he will receive his first three paychecks as mayor in the cryptocurrency Bitcoin . Eric Adams tweeted in response to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez telling investor and entrepreneur Anthony Pompliano that he would take his next paycheck in Bitcoin. Adams, a Democrat, went a step further by announcing he would do the same but for his first three pay periods. "In New York we always go big, so I’m going to take my first THREE paychecks in Bitcoin when I become mayor," Adams tweeted Thursday. "NYC is going to be the center of the cryptocurrency industry and other fast-growing, innovative industries! Just wait!" In New York we always go big, so I’m going to take my first THREE paychecks in Bitcoin when I become mayor. NYC is going to be the center of the cryptocurrency industry and other fast-growing, innovative industries! Just wait!— Eric Adams (@ericadamsfornyc) November 4, 2021 ERIC ADAMS ELECTED NEW YORK CITY MAYOR Adams also challenged Suarez to a friendly competition Wednesday,...
    He firmly believes he was fired because he is “white”. An American who was released from the hospital where he worked for 5 years will receive $ 10 million (8. 8.6 million) in damages following a court ruling in North Carolina, NBC News reports. David Dowell sued Novant Health, which was fired in 2018 when he was senior vice president of marketing and communications. According to him, his dismissal was part of the company’s “campaign” that sought to promote diversity within it. He was fired shortly before his 50th birthday, and according to him, two women were appointed to replace him, one of whom was black. Lack of performance His former company, based in Winston-Salem (North Carolina), has always denied the allegations. Instead, according to Novant Health, David Dowell was fired for poor performance and handing over essential tasks to downline officers. “We are deeply disappointed by this court ruling and believe that justice has not been done to prove that David Dowell was fired,” lamented the company, which has the right to appeal, because of his gender or his...
    CALLAHAN, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man won $1 million in a lottery game the same day he and his wife opened an auto repair shop. Brian Woodle, 46, bought the $5 Gold Rush Supreme scratch-off ticket from a Circle K in Callahan. “I love working on vehicles and it has always been my dream to own my own repair shop,” Woodle said in a news release sent by the Florida Lottery. “At the end of our first day, I stopped by Circle K to get a few things and picked up a Lottery ticket; just like that we won a million bucks!” He selected to receive a one-time, lump-sum payment of $880,000, the lottery said. The Circle K store will receive a $2,000 bonus commission for selling the winning ticket. Callahan is near Jacksonville on Florida’s Atlantic Coast. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    He's set to win The Legend Award at Wednesday's GQ Men Of The Year Awards. And speaking to the magazine in the run-up to the ceremony, Sir Anthony Hopkins has urged budding actors 'not to waste their money' on acting school. The Oscar-winning star, 83, insisted: 'Don't waste your money. They're failed actors that set themselves up as gurus.' Achievement: Sir Anthony Hopkins, 83, is set to win The Legend Award at Wednesday's GQ Men Of The Year Awards and has urged actors 'not to waste their money' on acting school He added when speaking to the magazine ahead of its 24th Men Of The Year ceremony: 'There's one very well-known actor with an acting class here in Los Angeles and he's the star of the show! 'And all these other students sitting around paying their fees and he's the star! He's on stage with them, interrupting them, being rude to them. No, you don't do that.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'This is the lowest I've ever been': Cheryl's older brother... 'I thought...
    LeBron James is not ready to be an afterthought. Ringo H.W. Chiu/AP LeBron James didn't receive any votes in an ESPN poll of NBA scouts and execs for the best player. James mocked the poll on social media, saying it was extra fuel for him. It's unclear if James can sustain an MVP-level of play over 82 games in his 19th season. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. LeBron James is not ready to give up his crown just yet. James took to social media on Thursday to scoff at an anonymous poll of NBA executives and scouts by ESPN about who the best player in the league is today. Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kevin Durant each received five votes. James didn't receive any. James, who will turn 37 this season, tweeted that it only created more motivation for him. —LeBron James (@KingJames)...
    US President Joe Biden reported that he and his wife Jill will receive a booster vaccine against the coronavirus, when it becomes available to all American adults in September. “We are going to receive the booster doses,” Biden told US media in an interview broadcast on Thursday. “It’s about time,” added the president, emphasizing that he and the first lady had received the first dose at the beginning of the year. Noting that the effectiveness of immunization decreases “over time” and in the face of the threat of the delta variant, the Biden government announced Thursday that all people vaccinated against the coronavirus with doses of Pfizer and Moderna in the United States will be able to receive a third doses eight months later. The boosters will be available starting the week of September 20, those vaccinated will be able to access the third dose eight months after receiving the second injection, indicated a joint statement from senior health officials. Older people and health workers will be prioritized. “It is the best way to protect ourselves from the new variants...
    President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he and First Lady Jill Biden plan on receiving COVID-19 vaccine booster shots when available in September. At 78 years old, Biden was eligible for the vaccine as early as December 2020, and received his first shot on December 21, he told Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos. The third doses will be rolled out starting September 20, and any American who received either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine is eligible for the third shot eight months after receiving the second. Because Biden received his final dose on on January 11, he will be eligible for a booster when they become available. Health experts believe booster shots are necessary due to the waning immunity of the vaccines and the ability for the Indian 'Delta' variant to cause breakthrough cases.  President Joe Biden (pictured) said during an interview with Good Morning America on Thursday that he and his wife, Jill, plan to receive vaccine boosters when they become available in September Third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine will be available on September...
    Real estate tycoon Mohamed Hadid adopted what he hopes will be a winning strategy when he took the witness stand at his trial Thursday: deny everything. The embattled property developer was finally grilled over his notorious, illegally-built Los Angeles mega-mansion at the center of a years-long dispute with his neighbors.  But when interrogated, Hadid either insisted he did not engage in any wrongdoing or claimed he could not 'recall' answers to many of the questions fired at him by Gary Lincenberg, the lead attorney for neighbors suing the 72-year-old. 'Every order to comply was complied with,' said Hadid - despite being criminally prosecuted in 2015 for not complying with LA Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) 'stop work' orders issued because of illegal construction at the giant hilltop house in upscale Bel Air. Mohamed Hadid was seen arriving at the Santa Monica Courthouse alongside his attorney Jeff Reeves, before taking the stand at his trial on Thursday. The ongoing trial is the culmination of a years-long dispute with his Hadid's neighbors over his illegally-built monster mansion in Bel Air In...
    Joe Biden used various private email addresses from which he would sometimes send, receive and forward government correspondence according to emails found on Hunter Biden's laptop. The concerns over the use of a private e-mail server could represent a conflict of interest and the services are also more prone to hacking than secured government accounts.   Biden is said to have used various pseudonyms including 'Robin Ware,' 'Robert L. Peters' and 'JRB ware'. While he was Vice President, Joe Biden would frequently use private email addresses, Hunter Biden's laptop shows with many of the government emails forwarded to him Burisma adviser Vadym Pozharskyi (pictured)  paid Hunter Biden $83,333 a month to sit on its board For at least four weeks in 2016, a worker in the Office of the Vice President, John Flynn, would send Biden his daily schedule to his private email address,  [email protected] while copying Hunter according to Fox News. There were 10 such e-mails which were copied to Hunter between May 18 and June 15, 2016.    The Robert Peters e-mail address used a @pci.gov domain. The service had been...
    Bills’ Cole Beasley claims he would rather retire than receive COVID vaccine: Is this an extreme reaction? Olivier Dumont July 13, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit If there’s anything we learned from the year 2020, is that COVID-19 is not a joke and that the danger of a grand scale pandemic can be crushingly devastating. Not even five days ago, the New York Times reported that the world’s coronavirus death toll had surpassed four million, as stronger variants continue to spread and unequal vaccine distribution stunts the level of global immunity. Although this pandemic has cast a dark cloud upon humanity, the vaccines have provided a sign of hope and have proven to be a very effective, preventative measure to ensure people don’t get the coronavirus and avoid the most severe symptoms that can fatally hospitalize them if they do contract it. Whether it’s Moderna, Pfizer, or AstraZeneca, the vaccines have the effectiveness to reduce the risk of COVID-19 by 90% or more, according to...
    Ricky Martin He referred to his professional career in the field of acting and He assured how he feels that his sexual orientation affected him to receive new proposals. This was revealed by the Puerto Rican to People magazine, confessing that he wants to return to the big screen, but that possibly being gay is the reason why they don’t offer him a job in film, theater or television. “I don’t know if I won’t get more papers because I’m gay, but if that’s the case, it’s really sad. I’m going to keep working until life is different, “he mentioned for the outlet. And it is that despite the fact that in recent years he has established himself as a great singer, the truth is that Ricky started in show business as an actor When he was just 6 years old, he also achieved a great career in this field before publicly declaring his homosexuality. He himself has said that loves to act and he always expects the best and greatest roles, since he could play someone gay or...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin disputed that President Joe Biden, during a visit to Moscow when he was still vice president, told him that he had no soul. Biden claimed during an interview in 2014 that the exchange took place in 2011. PUTIN BLAMES US FOR 'MAJORITY' OF GLOBAL CYBERATTACKS "I said, ‘Mr. Prime Minister, I’m looking into your eyes, and I don’t think you have a soul,’” Biden told the New Yorker at the time. “He looked back at me, and he smiled, and he said, ‘We understand one another.'" Biden was referring to remarks made by former President George W. Bush, who once suggested he and the Russian leader could work together. Like U.S. presidents before and after him, however, Bush's hopes were mostly dashed. Even the most recent former commander in chief, Donald Trump, soured on Putin's antics, though he rarely said so publicly despite approving sanctions and other measures meant to put pressure on his counterpart in Moscow. Putin, speaking through a translator at his Wednesday press conference, claimed he doesn't "remember" the exchange and added...
    PRINCE Harry was ‘itching’ for the rapturous reception he received at the Vax Live concert, a royal author has claimed. Omid Scobie, the author of Meghan and Harry’s official biography Finding Freedom, spoke about the even on his podcast Heir Pod where he was joined by ABC News producer Zoe Magee. 3Prince Harry loved the "rock star vibes" he got at the Vax Live concert according to royal author Omid ScobieCredit: AFP In this week’s podcast, Scobie spoke about the Duke of Sussex’s appearance at the Vax Live covid concert in LA. The Duke was clapped and cheered as he walked on stage, with audience members leaping to their feet for his first appearance since Prince Philip's funeral. And Scobie claims that the royal would have been delighted by the attention. Speaking in the podcast, Scobie says: “This was really his first big on stage or sort of public moment since moving to the US. 3The Duke of Sussex has been "itching" for public adoration according to ScobieCredit: AFP “The rapturous applause, that standing ovation would have been the welcome...