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    IF you missed out on Coachella tickets this year, Absolut Vodka is currently hosting a festival themed party in the metaverse. I jumped into the virtual party, hosted in Decentraland, to see if it was anything like a real festival. 5There's a party happening in a giant vodka bottle in the metaverseCredit: Decentraland 5The empty night club had spinning poles and pictures of real womenCredit: Decentraland Before I could begin exploring, I had to enter my date of birth to prove I was over 21. Then came a list of rules, including a warning to "Consume your drinks responsibly. Don't drink and teleport!". Fortunately, metaverse vodka isn't real and has literally no effects so there was no risk of irresponsible virtual drinking. The idea is that you 'grab a virtual drink' at the bar and then teleport to an 'anti-gravity dance floor' in a giant bottle of vodka. Read more on the metaverseALL ETERNITY You could could be 'immortal' in metaverse with Live Forever mode, experts sayMETA ROW Apple blasts Mark Zuckerberg's 'metaverse tax' plan as 'hypocrisy' The concept is...
    Savannah Guthrie has revealed that she suffered a miscarriage and underwent two rounds of in vitro fertilization before welcoming her second child.  The Today host, 50, and her co-anchor Hoda Kotb, 57, opened up about their struggles with infertility and being 'older' moms while starring on the cover of the April 2022 issues of Good Housekeeping.  Guthrie, who has a seven-year-old daughter, Vale, and a five-year-old son, Charley, admitted that she started to doubt she would ever have children and become a mom as she got older.  'I stopped even letting myself hope or believe I could [get pregnant], because the years were getting on. It wasn’t that I thought it was impossible; I just thought it wasn’t likely. I didn’t want to get my hopes up,' she told the magazine.  Savannah Guthrie, 50, revealed in a new interview with Good Housekeeping that she suffered a miscarriage and underwent two rounds of IVF while trying to have a second child  Guthrie and her Today co-anchor Hoda Kotb, 57, opened up about their struggles with infertility and being 'older' moms in...
    An Oklahoma Democratic congressional candidate has apologized for 'getting drunk and shouting at schoolgirls', calling one 'acne f**ker' and another 'Hipsanic f**ker' during a teenage girl's Valentine's sleepover party before she threw up in a hamper. Abby Broyles was invited by a friend to share a drink at her house while her daughter enjoyed a slumber party with seven other middle school girls. She allegedly became drunk over the course of the evening and threw up in a laundry basket and a girl's shoe and launched a profanity-laced tirade at several of the children. Abby Broyles (pictured), a candidate for Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District, apologized after 'getting drunk and shouting at schoolgirls', calling one 'acne f**ker' and another 'Hipsanic f**ker' during a teenage girl's Valentine's sleepover party Multiple reports of the incident published by NonDoc alleged that Broyles hurled multiple insults at the pre-teen girls including 'acne f***er', 'Hispanic f***er' and 'judgy f***er', bringing them to tears. The homeowner, who asked to remain anonymous, confirmed Broyles had created an incident 'of the kind of magnitude that I needed to make phone calls to every...
    A New Jersey mother of four died from COVID-19 just three weeks after giving birth, without ever getting to hold her newborn son.  Michelle Stani, 37, of Bridgewater, passed away at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick on January 12 after suffering coronavirus complications linked to pneumonia. It's unclear if she was vaccinated.   The single mom had given birth to her fourth child, Jayden, at the hospital via cesarean section on December 24, but she was never able to hold her baby boy, her aunt Tina Stani told the New York Post.  'Her partner [Frank Allen] had taken a picture of the baby and showed it to her, but that’s all she got,' she said. 'It tore her up. She literally texted me that she was heartbroken, that she wished she could hold her baby. That’s all she wanted.'  Michelle Stani, 37, of Bridgewater, New Jersey died of COVID-19 complications on January 12, three weeks after she gave birth to her fourth child  The mother of four was unable to hold her newborn son, Jayden, before she died at Robert...
    Today show host Sheinelle Jones has revealed that she secretly suffered a devastating miscarriage 12 years ago, while opening about the 'painful' grief she felt after the 'traumatic' loss. Sheinelle, 43, has welcomed three kids over the years with her husband, Uche Ojeh; together, they have a son, named Uche, 12, and nine-year-old  twins, named Kayin and Clara. But before her son was born, the TV personality said she suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage - which left her feeling like her sadness would 'never end.'  In a personal essay published by the Today show, Sheinelle opened up about the loss of her unborn baby, revealing that her miscarriage occurred while she was attending a journalism conference - with the on-air host recalling how she continued to work until one of her mentors finally made her take a break. She said she was in so much 'pain' afterwards, but she only took a few days off of work - forcing herself to 'tuck her grief away' and 'keep moving forward.'  'I was an anchor in Philadelphia and I was pretty stressed out...
    Shocking surveillance footage captured the moment an armed thief casually walked into a New York City jewlery store before firing a shot and stealing $875 in cash and $100,000 in merchandise. New York City police are searching for the suspect, who committed the armed stickup on Tuesday afternoon at the Prince Street Jewelers in Downtown Brooklyn on on Tuesday.  Footage posted by the department on Thursday shows the brazen robber entering the store in a grey sweatshirt and face mask with a pizza delivery backpack and Target bag.  He begins making demands before firing a round into a wall above the cash register and placing the Target bag on the counter. Police said that the thief filled his bags and fled the scene without harming anyone. The brazen jewelry store robbery happened on the same day New York Mayor Bill de Blasio touted that the city saw one of its safest Augusts on record, despite a bloody Labor Day weekend where one person was shot dead and eight others were injured.  De Blasio released last month's citywide crime statistics at...
    (CBS4) – It is once again time for Coloradans to shift back into “bear aware” mode now that the animals are getting ready for their winter hibernation. They’re bulking up on calories and are in search of food. (credit: CBS) Colorado Parks and Wildlife says there have been more than 2,400 reports of bears this year compared to more than 3,000 last year. A third of all bear reports last year were connected to trash. Now CPW wants people living close to bear areas to make sure to put away those trash cans or risk getting a fine; lock doors in your home and car and keep those windows closed.
    https://cdnfr1.img.sputniknews.com/img/103794/58/1037945888_0:24:1920:1104_1200x675_80_0_0_56f2971e5905069678410e30a8ca58d7.jpg Sputnik France https://cdnfr2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png Of Ivan Dubro. Sputnik France https://fr.sputniknews.com/insolite/202102101045206497-avant-de-se-retrouver-au-volant-dune-voiture-ce-koala-provoque-un-carambolage-en-australie–photos/ Photos of Cola on the wheel of a car have been making the rounds in the Australian media in recent days. However, behind these unusual clichs is the dramatic story of rescuing the animals, which were almost destroyed on the road. Road traffic in the suburbs of Adelaide, Australia With a cola As a car pile, the Guardian Australia writes. A separate Kola 6 car crossing the Southeast freeway was at the center of the crash, causing a traffic delay on the lower lane this morning. Following the crash, another driver stopped to help the distressed Cola. Latest on 7NEWS at 4pm and 6pm. https://t.co/8ftPfFYTVQ # 7 is new pic.twitter.com/A2QIzQnTVh – 7 News Adelaide (@ 7 News Adelaide) February 8, 2021 It all started with a driver who suddenly stopped to save an animal that came on the road. This maneuver was not expected by other cars as it collided in a chain. As a result, six cars were damaged, causing a major traffic jam. Recovered animal Marsupial was caught...
    DONALD Trump Jr. has shared a video of the President getting himself hyped up to address supporters hours before the Capitol Hill riots. The livestreamed footage shows Donald Trump, Ivanka and brother Eric geeing themselves up as they get ready to go on stage for the Save America March on Wednesday. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 5Don Jr. with the President in the background 5Donald Trump getting himself ready to address the crowd Crowds gathered near the White House for the "Save America March" earlier in the day as Congress was set to certify Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 US Presidential Election. Hundreds of Trump fanatics stormed inside the US Capitol building, resulting in five deaths – including Brian D. Sicknick died after being hit on the head with a fire extinguisher. In the footage – which bizarrely has Laura Branigan’s hit Gloria blaring out in the background – Don Jr hails the massing crowd “awesome patriots that are sick of the bulls**t”. He then pans around to reveal girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle dancing...
    Donald Trump prepared for his incendiary speech by getting hyped up while family members party and dance in astonishing behind the scenes video shot hours before Wednesday's US Capitol riots. The footage - live streamed by Donald Trump Jr. - shows his father, Ivanka and brother Eric geeing themselves up as they get ready to go on stage for the Save America March. Trump Jr. hails the amassing crowd nearby as 'awesome patriots that are sick of the bulls**t' before panning the camera around to reveal girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle dancing to blaring '80s pop music. Inside a private marquee, the President can be seen watching his supporters intently on monitors, occasionally glancing down at his notes and chatting to aides.  'Unfortunately there's a road in between the main crowd and the masses, I'd love to see them getting in closer because that would be pretty awesome, but this is pretty incredible,' Don Jr. says in the video that was posted to social media but has since been removed. Donald Trump prepared for his incendiary speech by getting hyped up...
    Kate Middleton is married to Prince William. Samir Hussein/Getty Images Some of the world's most famous married couples broke up and got back together before exchanging vows.  Many of the couples point to their splits as pivotal moments in their relationships. Keep reading to see which well-known couples took time apart before walking down the aisle.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. While some celebrity couples may seem like they have fairytale romances, many have gone through rough patches to get where they are today.  And though some of the stars have said that breaking up with their now-spouse was a mistake, others point to the time apart as a useful, healthy step toward marriage.  We've rounded up the celebrity couples that broke up and got back together on the path to their wedding day.  Kristin Salaky contributed reporting to an earlier version of this post. 
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Cam Newton respects the greatness of Tom Brady. That much goes without saying. Still, the confidence within the 31-year-old former MVP allows Newton to see things a bit differently than everybody else. Instead of considering himself as the man who has to fill Tom Brady’s shoes, Newton sees himself as a man who can do things on a football field that Brady could never do. As you might imagine, that has Newton a bit excited. “Like OK, we have to talk about the elephant in the room. And it’s like, you know who you’re coming after? And I’m like yeah, great. What [Brady] was, what he is, is great. Needs no even talking about it,” Newton said. “But one thing about it, though … Coach McDaniels, you’re able to call some stuff that you ain’t never been able to call now.” Newton added: “You’re getting a dog. And you’re getting one of these ticked off dogs, too. And I’m looking at the schedule like, ‘Who we play? THAT team passed on me. OK....
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