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    JENELLE Evans has been slammed for letting her kids go into a "bacteria-infested" green pool. The Teen Mom 2 alum, 30, shared a Boomerang clip of how her swimming pool is looking in the backyard of her North Carolina home. 5Jenelle Evans has been slammed for letting her kids go into a "bacteria-infested" green poolCredit: Instagram 5She shared a clip of how the pool is looking in her North Carolina homeCredit: Instagram 5Critics slammed the 'green' water and begged her to 'clean it up'Credit: Instagram Jenelle showed off the expansive pool and water feature, which was surrounded by grey paving. The mother-of-three posted the video on her Instagram Stories and captioned it: "Almost ready." Critics flooded Reddit with their disdain over the pool and shared concern for Jenelle's three kids - Jace, 12, Kaiser, seven, and Ensley, five. One wrote: "Jenelle's bacteria-infested pool almost ready for summer guys." Read More on Jenelle Evans 'HE'S VILE!' Teen Mom Jenelle's husband slammed for mocking & 'bullying' trans womanJENELLE'S PAIN Teen Mom Jenelle shares terrifying footage from the hospital Another...
    Rep. Jim Banks told DailyMail.com on Tuesday that he would like leaders of US green groups that have allegedly received Russian dollars to testify before Congress if Republicans win back the majority in November Top Republican House Rep. Jim Banks said on Tuesday that he'll call for U.S.-based environmentalist groups allegedly receiving Kremlin dollars to answer to Congress if his party wins back control after November's midterm elections.  It comes after he signed onto a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen demanding that she look into reports of Russian cash bankrolling prominent green groups with an aim of undermining the American energy sector. 'When we get the majority next January, I hope that we call these groups -- force these groups to testify before Congress,' Banks said in an interview with DailyMail.com.   He claimed such groups were 'undermining national security' and influencing the Biden administration's green policies as the White House promotes clean energy as a replacement for Russian oil and gas.   Representatives from organizations like Sea Change and the Sierra Club would need to answer to multiple committees, Banks...
    by Thomas Catenacci   The top House Republican on a key oversight subcommittee has pushed a series of conflict-of-interest probes into the Biden administration over its ties to the renewable energy industry. Republican South Carolina Rep. Ralph Norman, the ranking member on the Oversight Subcommittee on Environment, has probed leadership in the White House, Department of Energy (DOE) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), demanding accountability for potential conflicts of interests since President Joe Biden took office more than a year ago. While committee Democrats haven’t cooperated with the investigations, Norman and Oversight Ranking Member James Comer have forged ahead. “The people in the administrations have no regard for the office that they hold,” Norman told the Daily Caller News Foundation in an interview. “Democrats are not going to want to shed any light that indicates that anything is going on,” he added. “That’s just the way it is.” In May 2021, Norman informed Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm that they were conducting oversight into her former position at electric vehicle manufacturer Proterra. Senate Energy Committee Ranking Member John Barrasso also sounded the alarm on Granholm’s relationship with...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) slammed a bill sponsored by House Democrats to increase competitiveness with China, claiming its visa provisions for STEM students would allow China to send more spies to the U.S. as students. The Sunday Morning Futures segment began with McCarthy criticizing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) actions related to China. “She has protected China from any investigations to the origin of Covid even though it has killed more than 900,000 Americans,” McCarthy said. “She is preventing American athletes from protesting at the Olympics and now she’s producing a bill that sends American taxpayer money to China.” McCarthy said the America COMPETES Act is a “Concedes Act” because it “sends $8 billion to the green UN climate fund that has given $100 million to China.” The bill recently passed the House by a nearly party line vote of 222-210. “It has unlimited green cards [for skilled workers],” McCarthy claimed. McCarthy’s claim isn’t quite accurate, though the bill removes numerical caps on green cards specifically for individuals holding doctorate degrees in certain STEM fields. Other immigration provisions in the bill include...
    Perhaps, simply for the sake of amusement, you convinced yourself there was life left in these Chicago Bears. Maybe you watched the first half of Sunday night’s showcase game against the Green Bay Packers and believed an enjoyable upset could be in the cards. The Bears, after all, went to halftime at Lambeau Field with a 27-21 lead and a notable adrenaline rush after their highest-scoring quarter this season. Jakeem Grant scored on a 46-yard pass from Justin Fields, a glorified handoff which Grant grabbed in the backfield, then shot out of a cannon as he turned the corner along the Bears sideline. Damiere Byrd also showed off his speed a little while later on a 54-yard touchdown, snagging a pass from Fields over the middle before racking up 49 yards after the catch. Then Grant struck again with the longest punt return in team history — 97 yards, from near the goal line in the north end zone all the way to paydirt on the opposite end of the stadium. With plenty of panache and...
    The Chicago Bears are hoping a couple of key players return from injuries when they take on the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday night. But will that be enough to slow down the NFC North leaders? Stay with us for the latest Week 14 updates. 1st quarter: Jenkins replaces injured Peters at LT Bears second-round pick Teven Jenkins saw his first action on offense this season after left tackle Jason Peters was injured on the Bears’ second drive. Peters was injured on quarterback Justin Fields’ 1-yard run on first-and-goal at the 10-yard line. He walked off the field on his own and went to the locker room. The Bears announced Peters has a right ankle injury and is questionable to return. After having back surgery in August, Jenkins played in his first game of the season last week against the Arizona Cardinals, recording two snaps on extra points. Jenkins was flagged for a false start on his third play, which set the Bears back to second-and-goal from the 8. The...
    The Chicago Bears are hoping a couple of key players return from injuries when they take on the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday night. But will that be enough to slow down the NFC North leaders? Stay with us for the latest Week 14 updates. 1st quarter: Jenkins replaces injured Peters at LT Bears second-round pick Teven Jenkins saw his first action on offense this season after left tackle Jason Peters was injured on the Bears’ second drive. Peters was injured on quarterback Justin Fields’ 1-yard run on first-and-goal at the 10-yard line. He walked off the field on his own and went to the locker room. A replay indicated it could be a right leg injury. After having back surgery in August, Jenkins played in his first game of the season last week against the Arizona Cardinals, recording two snaps on extra points. Jenkins was flagged for a false start on his third play, which set the Bears back to second-and-goal from the 8. The Bears failed to get in...
    Americans may soon get a better glimpse into a future of green-friendly transportation by visiting a U.S. national park. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg were signing a joint pledge Wednesday to test some of the newest and most innovative travel technologies on public lands and improve visitors’ tourism experience. Under multimillion-dollar pilot programs made available by the $1 trillion infrastructure law and other federal spending, visitors to national parks could see self-driving shuttle buses, along with electric scooter or bike stations and electric charging stations for zero-emission cars. New real-time information under development via app would notify visitors about road closures and parking space availability, or provide a step-by-step guide to bus locations or rideshare for those wanting to leave their cars behind. Yellowstone National Park, which has had a record number of visitors this year, is expected to see some of the most immediate changes, with other sites to follow. “As we celebrate our public lands and the vast infrastructure that sustains them, we also recommit our future endeavors to the goals of job creation,...
    Share this: A drainage upgrade at NYCHA’s Gowanus Houses will improve the health of the entire Gowanus Canal area, the city Department of Environmental Protection, which did the work, said on Monday. The project, which was completed earlier this year, included the construction of nine green infrastructure installations that DEP says will capture nearly 2 million gallons of stormwater in a typical year.  The green infrastructure that was built at the Gowanus Houses cost approximately $830,000 and includes permeable concrete sidewalks, subsurface infiltration chambers and a rain garden. Each of these infrastructure installations will allow stormwater to be absorbed naturally into the ground, minimize “ponding,” and keep stormwater from entering the sewer system, where it would otherwise contribute to overflows into the Gowanus Canal. 
    UNLESS you’ve recently been gluing yourself to the M25, chances are the prospect of soaring energy bills fills you with mounting dread. With real hardship faced by millions of families, an obvious solution would be for the Government to take the sting out of rising costs by waiving eco-levies or VAT on bills until the gas crisis eases. 3Boris Johnson needs to stop clinging to green credentials while the country strugglesCredit: Rex If not for the UK’s hosting of the COP26 environmental summit next month, perhaps the decision would already have been taken to follow the likes of Italy, where green taxes are being rolled back. Taking such a step even as Boris Johnson tries to rally other nations to battle climate change may prove politically embarrassing. But clinging to green credentials even as they tip voters into poverty — torpedoing the PM’s levelling-up agenda — is even more damaging. Something has to give. Woolly jumpers and woollier assurances that we’ll muddle through aren’t enough. Most read in The US SunMOST WANTED Laundrie's parents agree to help search as sleuths...
    The umpires weren’t feeling Sean Manaea’s light green glove, so they decided he should switch it out for a…dark green glove instead. Baseball is a fun sport, but it can lack in fashion. The days of players wearing sponge rollers to the stadium before the start of the game like Dock Ellis are long gone, but there’s still plenty of ways to express yourself. For Oakland Athletics pitcher, Sean Manaea, he’s been expressing himself through his equipment, particularly his pitcher’s glove. The Mint Green glove has been a staple all season long and personally, how can you not be a fan? It’s different, it’s innovative, it’s something we need in a world of dull brown leather gloves. But everyone’s not a fan.Sean Manaea forced to ditch glove for some reasonJust before the game against the New York Yankees kicked off, the umpires consulted with Manaea to change his glove out for a darker one, as tweeted by Bryan Hoch. After an entire season of him wearing this glove, they finally got him. Im going to use the word pathetic...
    Apparently, when you don’t make the NBA playoffs, you’ve got a lot more time on your hands. Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry, for example, is about to kick off the third season of “Holey Moley,” the zany televised mini-golf competition that he executive produces and appears in. To promote the return of the series, ABC concocted a wild promotional clip in which Curry is joined by Warriors teammates Draymond Green, Damion Lee and Kent Bazemore at a press conference to announce — of all things — that he wants to turn mini-golf into a professional sport, with its own league. It will be one of “the Big 5 (leagues),” Curry declares, with tongue planted firmly in cheek. Breaking news: The Warriors sharp-shooter has plenty of detractors. Green, never one to hold back, calls it a “really dumb idea.” Meanwhile, Jalen Rose thinks it just “may be Steph’s first air ball.” And ESPN’s mouthy commentator Stephen A. Smith goes ballistic, deeming the whole concept “ridiculous.” For a few light hearted moments, check out the...
    BRITS have flooded Faro airport as they rush to get back to the UK before Portugal is plunged onto the amber travel list from Tuesday. Hundreds of holidaymakers have been crammed into the airport today as they desperately try to catch flights back to Britain to avoid needing to quarantine. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 5Faro airport is packed out with tourists rushing to get back to the UKCredit: EPA 5Long queues of holidaymakers have been snapped inside the airportCredit: EPA 5Brits have flooded Faro airport with Portugal due to be added to the amber travel list from TuesdayCredit: EPA Long, snaking queues of tourists - who don't appear to be social distancing - have been snapped looking fed up as they wait to board planes in scorching 22C heat. Brits are scrambling to get back to the UK before the Portugal moves to the UK's amber list from 4am on Tuesday. The sunny European country was on the green travel list - meaning holidaymakers could freely fly for a holiday there without any need to...
    The US Army’s Lancer Brigade showed footage of the world as seen through the latest in night vision technology, and it’s a major improvement on the familiar blurry green visuals. By swapping the standard green tubes for white (along with other tweaks), the new Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binoculars (ENVG-B) clearly show people and objects outlined in a glowing light, almost like a video game objective. Night vision technology was first developed in the 1930s to help military forces see during low-light conditions. The standard tech people think of around night vision uses a strategy called image enhancement, and it works similarly to old televisions and computers. The device picks up any ambient light in an environment (like from the Moon) and passes it through a photocathode, a device that transforms photons (the light) into electrons. Those electrons then hit a tube covered in the fluorescent substance phosphor, creating the image. Usually, the tube contains green phosphor; the human eye is particularly sensitive to wavelengths of light in that color, and early research found that people could easily distinguish images...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – This year’s Academy Awards will have a different look because of the pandemic. But for one organization, the commitment to red carpet fashion and protecting the environment remains the same. “At the Oscars what we try and do is make sustainability really fun,” said CEO of Red Carpet Green Dress Samata Pattinson. READ MORE: New Research Finds Over 50 Million Adults In US Experiencing Chronic Pain Red Carpet Green Dress is a female-led organization started by Suzy Amis Cameron. It’s committed to driving change in the fashion industry by going green. According to the UN Alliance for Sustainable Fashion, the fashion industry is the second-biggest consumer of water and is responsible for 8-10% of global carbon emissions, more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined. For more than 10 years, Red Carpet Green Dress has challenged designers to create Oscar-worthy dresses with the environment in mind. The ethically custom-made gowns and tuxedos have been seen on Léa Seydoux, Priyanka Bose, Zoey Deutch, and LaKeith Stanfield. “We showcase different forms of sustainability on the red carpet from...
    SHOCKING pictures show a train ablaze, with locals being told to stay away and to shut their windows. Thick black smoke could be seen in the sky after the train caught fire between Sevenoaks and Kent early this morning. 2Thick black smoke could be seen in the sky after the train caught fireCredit: Twitter | HammertimeLH44 2Kent Fire and Rescue Service was called to reports of a goods train alight near Dunton Green train stationCredit: Twitter | HammertimeLH44 Kent Fire and Rescue Service was called to reports of a goods train alight near Dunton Green train station, in the Sevenoaks area, at 5.16am. At the height of the fire, six fire engines were at the scene, alongside other agencies and emergency services.  Crews wearing breathing apparatus worked hard in difficult conditions to contain and control the fire with a special foam designed to smother the flames.  They have urged locals to close their windows and doors and if possible to avoid the area. There are no reports of any injuries and the cause of the fire has not been established....
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS Philly) — Cheesesteaks and French fries to power Philadelphia? That’s just what’s happening thanks to a new partnership that’s turning restaurant grease into green energy. While this dirty liquid may not look like the future of clean energy, gallons of it are heating cities across America, including Philadelphia, from Two Liberty to Thomas Jefferson University. READ MORE: More Than 9.5K Unemployment Claims Filed Last Week In Maryland “The term waste may be antiquated,” Lifecycle Renewables CEO Rory Gaunt said. What is this dirty liquid and why could it be the future of clean energy in Philadelphia? ⁦⁦@CBSPhilly⁩ at 4:30pm. #earthday #philly pic.twitter.com/aGo15wsLxy — Alicia Roberts (@ARobertsCBS) April 21, 2021 “Our system in Philly is the second largest in North America, right behind Manhattan,” Bill DiCroce, president and CEO of Vicinity Energy, said. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Freeze Warnings Issued Overnight In Parts Of State Fueling it all is food grease. More specifically, used vegetable oil, a staple to cook favorites in some of Philly’s most famous restaurants like the Arancini and Papas Fritas at Barbuzzo in Center...
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