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    DREW SPENCE says calling time on her Blues career after a 14-year spell is one of the toughest calls she has had to make. The WSL ace, who is Chelsea’s longest-serving player, tearfully announced she would leave this summer in an emotional video. 2Drew Spence is set to leave Chelsea following their FA Cup final duel against Manchester CityCredit: Getty Spence, who joined the Blues in 2008, has been a mainstay in Emma Hayes’ squad over the past ten years. News of her departure comes four days after Ji So-Yun announced her exit with the South Korea star leaving the club at the end of this term after an eight-year stint. Spence could be set to make her last Blues appearances against Manchester United in the league and Man City in the FA Cup final. Speaking to Chelsea’s website, the midfield ace said: "This is probably one of the hardest decisions I've ever had to make. "It's like leaving your family.” Read More Football Stories BLUE TURN Chelsea takeover collapse fears as Abramovich wants to recoup £1.6bn loanRICH TIMES...
    The United Kingdom is a month into its latest surge of SARS-CoV-2 infections. It’s not nearly as lethal as previous COVID-19 surges. But that doesn’t mean it’s no big deal. The new wave of cases in the U.K., which is part of a wider wave across Europe and Asia that’s driven by the new BA.2 subvariant of the Omicron variant of the novel-coronavirus, is disproportionately affecting children. More pediatric cases. More hospitalizations. And possibly more long COVID, the poorly understood syndrome characterized by fatigue, brain-fog and other symptoms that can linger months or years after an infection clears up. Experts disagree exactly how dangerous BA.2 is for kids. But they agree on the underlying factors that have driven increases in cases in younger people. Edwin Michael, an epidemiologist at the Center for Global Health Infectious Disease Research at the University of South Florida, blamed the U.K.’s spike in pediatric COVID-19 to “low vaccination rates in children and full reopening of not only schools but the whole society from prior to Christmas.” Under-5s are the only age group in the U.K....
    Rising home prices. Growing demand from first-time buyers. A near-record-low number of homes for sale. Bidding wars flying $1 million over asking prices. Is this the toughest time to buy a Bay Area home? Affordability has neared all-time lows, with home prices climbing far faster than incomes. Bay Area buyers without healthy cash reserves, big down payments and quick decision-making are getting left at the starting gate. In January, real estate analysts saw the fastest rise in U.S. home prices over any 12-month period in 45 years. But don’t just look at the numbers – ask Pinky Abrenilla and Chip Fernandez. The East Bay couple had an expiring lease in the Berkeley Hills and were determined to move by the end of March. They spent four months touring almost 100 open houses, lost bids every other week, and collected a novella’s worth of disappointments before finally landing a $788,000 fixer-upper in Concord. Abrenilla doesn’t love the neighborhood or the $60,000 in needed repairs. But it was better than most of their other choices. “It’s not,” she said, “going to be our forever...
    Frequent MSNBC guest and Justice Correspondent for The Nation Elie Mystal went off on Republican critics of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, saying the most challenging part of her confirmation hearings will be “not getting out of her chair and punching one of these fools in the mouth.” Republicans have intensified their attacks on President Joe Biden’s historic pick to the Supreme Court to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer. On Saturday’s edition of MSNBC’s The Cross Connection, host Tiffany Cross played a clip of one such attack, from Tucker Carlson, and asked Mystal what he expects to see when the confirmation hearings start on Monday: MS. CROSS: I’m curious, Elie, what do you anticipate to come out of these hearings? Because you know, they’re going to be vying for a viral moment on the Republican side. And what would you say is the biggest challenge to Judge Jackson’s confirmation, if any, given that Democrats have the majority? MR. MYSTAL: The biggest challenge is her not getting out of her chair and punching one of these fools in the mouth. Like, that’s the hardest thing, because all...
    Nearly every single police precinct in New York City has seen spikes in crime this year - including five in which the rate has doubled, new data from the New York Police Department show. 'No neighborhood is safe,' one Brooklyn cop told The New York Post on Tuesday, offering a grim forecast for the future of the crime-ravaged city.  'At this rate, we will lose the city by St. Patrick's Day.' According to recently released statistics, 72 of the five boroughs' 77 precincts saw an increase in crime this year when compared to the same period in 2021, with only three recording a marginal decrease in criminal offenses.     Two precincts, including the one covering the city's scenic Central Park, recorded no change at all - a statistic that may be misleading due to the area's low crime rate when compared to areas that are actually populated. 'Only the squirrels are safe,' another anonymous cop joked to The Post Tuesday. 'Tourists will never come back.' Nearly every single police precinct in New York City has seen spikes in crime so...
    A PROFESSIONAL bridesmaid revealed what the worst part of her job is - and it’s not unflattering dresses or bridezillas. Jen Glantz is a bridesmaid for hire, which means brides pay her to be part of their wedding parties - from carrying out helpful tasks, to showing up and looking nice in the wedding photos. 2Jen gets paid as much as £744 a day for her bridesmaid servicesCredit: tiktok/@bridesmaidforhire 2Many viewers are envious of her fun careerCredit: tiktok/@bridesmaidforhire Jen’s unusual job has its perks, including the paycheck, which can be up to £744 a day.  There is, however, one aspect of Jen’s job that she finds particularly difficult. She said: “When the hired bridesmaid wants to stay friends with the bride… but can’t.” She captioned the clip: “The hardest part of the job.” The video racked up 162,000 likes and many commenters said they were seriously jealous of Jen’s career. “I’d legit be a bridesmaid for free lol. Just have an open bar and I’m there”, said one, while another wrote: “I would love to be a bridesmaid for hire,...
    Last week Fauci described the term "mandates" as "a radioactive word," but said that, "requirements, people seem to respond better to that."
    NCAA president Mark Emmert recently made an all-time delusional comment. According to Brett McMurphy, Emmert in all of his infinite wisdom said, “Being a university president is the hardest job in America.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Yes, that is a very real quote. The hardest job in the country is running a university! NCAA president Mark Emmert: “Being a university president is the hardest job in America” — Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) December 8, 2021 I hate to burst Emmert’s bubble here, but that’s not even remotely close to being true. Not even a little bit. It’s such an absurd statement that you have to sit back and laugh. Mark Emmert: “Being a university president is the hardest job in America.” He also emphasizes how athletic director jobs have become much harder since he first became NCAA president. — Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) December 8, 2021 During my time in college, I had more run-ins with university officials than I’d like to admit. I found them to mostly be nothing more than...
    Gaffe-prone President Biden stumbled his way through a line on universal pre-K during a stump speech for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe on Tuesday night, and Republicans were quick to take notice.  'In fact, we're taking a page from Terry's book when he was governor and when he'd be governor next time,' Biden told a crowd in Arlington, Va.  'We're emerging from this pandemic, we want to expand pre-K for 3- and 4-year-olds — millions of [inaudible] students.' Biden's Build Back Better agenda includes nationwide pre-kindergarten.   The Republican National Committee posted a 15-second clip of the video to Twitter with the caption, 'Huh?'  Critics have been quick to point to the 78-year-old president's frequent blunders as signs of his cognitive decline, while defenders have called such attacks hyper-partisan and noted that Biden has struggled to overcome a stutter throughout his life.  'In fact, we're taking a page from Terry's book when he was governor and when he'd be governor next time,' Biden told a crowd in Arlington, Va. 'We're emerging from this pandemic, we want to expand pre-K for 3- and...
    Jamie Lee Curtis says the 'hardest thing' about adjusting to her daughter Ruby coming out as transgender has been not using her new name — and not the one she'd been calling her all her life. The 62-year-old actress revealed this summer that her daughter, who was previously known as Thomas, had told her and her husband, Christopher Guest, that she is a trans woman and now goes by Ruby. Speaking to People, she now says there were 'tears involved' when Ruby came out, but she is 'a grateful student' when it comes to supporting her daughter.  Curtis admitted that she does 'slip up' with Ruby's pronouns occasionally, though Ruby said she is never 'mad' when that happens, because she knows her mom is doing the best she can. 'It's speaking a new language,' she said. 'It's learning new terminology and words. I am new at it. I am not someone who is pretending to know much about it. And I'm going to blow it, I'm going to make mistakes. I would like to try to avoid making big mistakes.'  Jamie Lee...
    Chrishell Stause Calls Jason Oppenheim a Salt and Pepper Snack: Pic 5 Things Americans Will Do If They Run Out of Money in Retirement © Provided by Sports Illustrated Tim Tebow said he was hurting for Urban Meyer's wife after he saw the viral video of his former coach at an Ohio bar. Tim Tebow addressed the drama surrounding his former coach, Urban Meyer, during an appearance on ESPN's First Take Friday. The Jaguars coach has landed himself in hot water after a video surfaced of a woman dancing on his lap at an Ohio bar.  "When I first saw and heard about what happened, my heart was hurting for Ms. Shelley, coach's wife, someone that I love very much and his daughters, who I'm very close with," Tebow said. "My advice to him was to apologize, to admit it, to learn from it and to never, never repeat it. Coach shared with me that it was one of the hardest times of his life and he apologized, but he didn't need to apologize to me."  Meyer coached Tebow at...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. Just in time for Labor Day, the financial news website WalletHub has compiled a list of the hardest-working and least hard-working states in the U.S. Maryland clocks in at No. 11 on the hardest-working list. WalletHub used government, nonprofit and survey data to compile its list. It broke the survey into “direct work factors,” like average workweek hours, employment rates and percentage of residents aged 18-24 who are not currently enrolled in school, not working and have no degree beyond a high school diploma or GED (Maryland ranked 15th in this broad category), and “indirect work factors,” like average commute time, share of workers who hold more than one job, and volunteer and leisure time (Maryland was No. 3). Breaking down the categories further, Maryland was 21st in average workweek hours, second in average commute time, 27th in share of workers with multiple jobs, 4th in annual volunteer hours per resident, and 23rd in average leisure time spent per day. Ahead...
    08/20/2021 at 6:50 PM CEST . The Spanish Carlos Verona (Movistar), second in this Friday’s stage at the Balcón de Alicante, considers that his team now has “to think coldly” about the plan to follow after the abandonment of Alejandro Valverde, on which he considers that ” the important thing is that he recovers. “ Verona explained that Movistar’s idea was not to risk the stage with him, but to wait for a movement from Valverde, but that after the “penalty” of the fall of Murcia has “asked permission” to his directors to try to seek victory and they have given it to him. Already on the final climb, Verona he has tried to “anticipate the climbers” who were on the getaway with him. “I have anticipated everyone except (Michael) Storer, that has been very strong and to which it is necessary to congratulate him “, commented. The Madrilenian believes that, without Valverde, Movistar has to “think cold” what it is going to do from now on, but it is clear that “with Enric (More) and...
    TEEN Mom OG alum Bristol Palin’s ex-husband Dakota Meyer said “parenting is the hardest job.” He shared his thoughts on parenthood after Bristol pleaded for “help” raising their kids. 5Bristol's ex Dakota said 'parenting his the hardest job'Credit: Instagram / @dakotameyer0317 5His comment comes after Bristol begged for 'help' with their kidsCredit: Instagram/Bristol Palin The 33-year-old took to Instagram on Friday to share a photo of himself holding hands with the former couple’s youngest child as he carried a large parachute. Alongside the photo, Dakota wrote: “BE WHO YOU WANT THEM TO BE.“Parenting is by far the hardest job in the world (if you do it right). The hardest part isn’t the responsibilities of it. It’s the “leading by example” part.“Kids are always watching. They’re like sponges absorbing every aspect that they are exposed to.”The father of two concluded: “So be who you want your kids to be. Surround yourself by people you’d be ok with your kids being.“IT ALL MATTERS.” Bristol, 30, and Dakota were married from 2016-2018, while they share daughters Sailor, five, and Atlee, four, together. The...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — As the grim work of clearing the site and identifying the remains of those who died in the Surfside condo collapse enter its third week, there has been one constant since the beginning of this tragedy – the daily public briefings by Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. This was not the job she envisioned when she ran for mayor last year, but when she sat down with CBS4’s Jim DeFede, she said she is focused on the work ahead even as she reflected on the pain and sorrow of the past few weeks. READ MORE: ‘They Are In Need Of International Help’: Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Speaks Out About Protests In Cuba Here is part of the conversation that aired on Facing South Florida. DeFede: When you arrive on scene, what do you see? Levine Cava: You know, the morning was a blur, I have to say. Obviously I’m in disbelief, I’m checking out exactly what’s going on with the operation, I’m informed about all the people who have been rescued, of course and they are...
    Beto O'Rourke speaks at the Texas State Capital about voting rights on June 20. Mario Cantu/CSM via ZUMA Wire/AP Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.Beto O’Rourke is once again crisscrossing the state of Texas, like he did during his breakneck challenge to Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018. He’s no longer running for office but trying to register new voters in order to expand the electorate and flip the state blue. The opportunity is there: Texas has 3 million unregistered voters, and Democrats estimate, based on demographics, that roughly 2 million of them would vote for their party if they registered and went to the polls, after Joe Biden lost the state by just 630,000 votes in 2020. But Texas law makes it monumentally difficult to register voters. Unlike 40 states, Texas has no online registration. Anyone who wants to sign up voters must be deputized by each county he or she works in, every two years, which makes statewide voter registration drives...
    A man who lost all of his limbs after he contracted a life threatening disease from dirty water says the hardest part is not being able to hug his girlfriend. Andrew Case, 34, a wind turbine technician from Houston, Texas, has suffered all his life after being diagnosed with a rare white blood cell immune deficiency at birth. But last year, his health took a turn for the worst when he contracted necrotising fasciitis - a flesh eating disease - and was told that he needed all his limbs amputated to prevent wet gangrene - which causes tissues in the body to break down and results in death.   He was informed that the reason why he became so sick was because his white blood cell count was too low to fight off the infection, and doctors told him that he would have to have his limbs amputated. Andrew Case, 34, a wind turbine technician from Houston, Texas, has suffered all his life after being diagnosed with a rare white blood cell immune deficiency at birth. Andrew, who lost all of...
    Prince William's rift with Prince Harry is comparable to the loss he experienced after the tragic death of their mother Princess Diana, a royal expert has claimed. Duncan Larcombe, a journalist and author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story, explained the tension between the royal brothers is increasingly painful for Prince William. He told OK! magazine that the 38-year-old, feels like he's suffered a loss, saying: 'There’s no doubt this is one of the hardest things that William has gone through, the hardest since his mother died.  'He feels he has lost his brother and his best friend.'  Duncan Larcombe has claimed Prince William's rift with Prince Harry is 'one of the hardest things' he's had to go through. Pictured: Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with the Prince of Wales during the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in 2020 Rumours of a rift between the brothers emerged in 2019 when the brothers divided their households following a series of disagreements about Harry's role.  It also emerged that Harry was upset when William advised him not...
    THE TOP areas with the most recorded Covid deaths have been revealed.  A year after the first lockdown came into force, some parts of England have seen one in 250 people die of the coronavirus. To see how your area has fared, click on this interactive map. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... Castle Point in Essex has had the most deaths relative to its population size up to March 30, the Government coronavirus dashboard shows. Some 399.4 people per 100,000 residents have died in a year. Second is Tendring, also in Essex, where 386.9 people per 100,000 died. Both have recorded roughly one death in every 250 people. Third is Folkestone and Hythe, Kent, recording 373.5 deaths per 100,000 in total, the same as one in 268 people. East Staffordshire, Rother, Southend-on-Sea, Fylde, Havering, Barnsley and Wyre are also in the top ten places with the most cumulative fatalities, recording at least one death for every 318 people. On the other end of the scale, the low populated Orkney Islands, Comhairle nan...
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