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    CHICAGO (WLS) -- It was one year ago Wednesday that eight people, including six Asian American women, were killed at three Atlanta-area spas.The deadly shootings brought attention to a surge of hate crimes targeting Asian Americans, particularly women.A year later, many Asian American women still say they still don't feel safe.Anti-Asian violence has been widely reported since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, but some Chicago-area Asian Americans say crime against their people is nothing new."I know it is easy to conflate it with everything else going on with COVID and COVID-related hate crimes, but this incident could have happened outside of the pandemic," said Sung Yeon Choimorrow, executive director of the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum.RELATED: 'Really bad day': Sheriff spokesperson criticized for minimizing alleged Georgia gunman's deadly rampageEMBED More News Videos A Georgia official faced swift backlash for pinning a shooting rampage that left eight dead at three Atlanta-area spas on a "very bad day" for the alleged gun. Choimorrow said Asian women have been objectified for centuries in this country."Many of us, while we have experienced...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Friday marked two years since the World Health Organization called the COVID-19 crisis a pandemic. It was the announcement that brought life to a screeching halt. Within days, businesses shuttered, schools closed down and hospitals were overrun. READ MORE: Local Non-Profit Adopts Holistic Approach To Help Rescue Animals With Behavioral Issues“My job, traditionally, as a cardiac ICU nurse was to fix people and get them better,” Sarah Houz said back in December 2020. “And my job now is to put my patients in body bags and get the room ready for the next patient.” Houz was a traveling ICU nurse who came to California to help care for an overwhelming number of COVID patients. “I had nightmares. I still sometimes do,” she said. Today, Houz is still a nurse, but no longer works in the ICU. READ MORE: Governor Newsom Announces $50,000 Rewards For Unsolved Murders“It’s just taken a huge toll on me,” she said. Dave Kenny remembers doing distance learning with his three daughters back in 2020. Today, he says things still don’t feel normal, but nearly...
    One year after Sarah Everard’s murder: why do women still feel so unsafe on our streets? It’s been 12 months since the 33-year-old marketing executive was abducted on her walk home, but despite national outcry over women’s safety and government promises to better protect us, many feel more vulnerable than ever. 7Aoife Grace, 22, an employment adviser, is one victim of sexual assault 7Sarah Everard was kidnapped, raped and murdered by Wayne Couzens After visiting a friend on the evening of March 3, 2021, Sarah Everard wrapped herself up in a cream beanie and turquoise raincoat, and set off on the two-and-a-half-mile walk from Clapham, south London, to her home in Brixton. At 9pm, she started walking along a busy, well-lit street and called her boyfriend, Josh Lowth, then 33, on the way. She should have been unlocking her front door 45 minutes later, but Sarah never made it home. She was kidnapped, raped and murdered by Met policeman Wayne Couzens, 48, who was later sentenced to life in prison. In the days after Sarah’s disappearance, a wave of...
    A WAITRESS whose 36JJ boobs knock over glasses and made her burn a nipple on a candle is fundraising to reduce them to a DD-cup. Despite excruciating back pain and other issues, Carly Smart was denied an NHS op as she does not meet its criteria. 4A woman whose 36JJ boobs knock over glasses and burnt a nipple on a candle is raising money to reduce them to a DD-cupCredit: Kennedy News 4Waitress Carly Smart was denied an NHS op as she does not meet its criteriaCredit: Kennedy News She is trying to raise the £1,500 deposit needed for a private operation. Carly, of Wellingborough, Northants, said: “It physically hurts and affects my day-to-day life. “If I don’t make a joke about it, I’ll cry. "I just don't want to be in my body anymore. "I don't feel like one person, I feel like I've got to carry these two lumps around with me. Most read in The US SunBEAUTY QUEEN TRAGEDY Miss USA's 'suicide' seen in horror video as witnesses share shockREVEALING OP-ED Ex-Miss USA penned heartbreaking essay...
    WELL, here’s a sentence I never thought I’d utter: I really feel for Kanye West. I mean, it’s not as if I worry about him paying his heating bills this winter. 6The fact is, those early days of separation, departure and uncertainty are nothing short of ghastly 6My ex-husband ended up living just across the road and still had a key to our family home for agesCredit: Getty 6Kanye West posted recently that he had not been told the location of his daughter Chicago’s birthday partyCredit: Getty He’s a handsome lad and lives a charmed life, if not prone to the occasional random outburst which the rest of us might struggle to comprehend. The boy done good. He posted recently that he had not been told the location of his daughter Chicago’s birthday party. Then, when he later attended it, he and his ex Kim reportedly had to stay at opposites sides of the bash. This was a reminder of how horrendous those early days after a break-up can be. There will be a decent chunk of people preparing to...
    For some, the season typically full of generosity means supporting those who have had to give way for all kinds of pandemic-induced adaptations."I see so many shops closing down, and I feel really bad," said Sam Kim while shopping in Old Town Pasadena on Tuesday. "So I said, OK, it's nice to come out and buy in-person."The National Retail Federation predicts Americans will end up spending a record amount of money this holiday season, growing anywhere from 8.5 to 10.5% over 2020. The question is, where will people spend their money?"I was hoping it would be a little bit better," said April Hicks, who owns April Blooms Boutique in Pasadena. "I think there are still a lot of people who are not coming out because they don't want to be exposed."Hicks relies on foot traffic, but it has been inconsistent throughout the pandemic.Her most loyal customers met her where she was through various phases of the pandemic, whether online or curbside."They were still shopping," said Hicks. "Maybe not as frequently because everybody was (thinking), 'I'm not going anywhere, I'm sitting...
    kalyanby/Adobe Dear Oracle, I’ve always had anxiety about money. I’ve had some scary broke points in the past, but now, I’m doing OK. My debt is pretty modest, and I have a full-time job plus a side hustle, plus my partner also works full-time. We have a little bit of savings, and if something bad happens (medical bill, car breakdown), it would be a stretch, but we could probably make it work without missing rent. All in all, we’re doing fine… but I just feel like we’re always on a cliff’s edge. I know logically I should let it go and feel OK about spending money on a treat or not feel bad if I have to miss a shift at work, but I don’t. The pandemic definitely made these fears worse, but with things settling back down, I should feel OK, right? Do the cards have any advice on how to not worry about losing everything all the time, especially if it’s not necessarily true? I don’t want to become a Scrooge McDuck type of person who’s frugal like hell...
    50 of the best films according to women critics Today’s best mortgage and refinance rates, October 8th, 2021 – Most rates fall © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Patriots traded Stephon Gilmore to the Panthers this week and that leaves J.C. Jackson as the top cornerback in New England. On Thursday, Jackson was asked about what he learned from playing with Gilmore and said it was “the mentality he had to go out and compete every week facing the No. 1 receiver.” He said it was something he tries to emulate because he wants to be a “No. 1 corner” in the NFL and doesn’t feel that he’s reached that level to this point. “No, I’m not there yet. I’m not there yet,” Jackson said, via Chris Mason of MLive.com. “I’ve still got work to do. I’ve still got to improve. I’ve still got a lot to improve. So I feel like, I don’t want to get too complacent. I’ll never tell myself I’m there yet. So that’s what...
    WITH fresh Botox, a perfect blow dry, manicured nails and a full body wax in preparation, this mum-of-three feels a million dollars as she heads out her front door. Carla Bellucci, 40, from Hitchin, has spent £4,100 getting cosmetic tweakments and new clothes in preparation for this special event. 5Carla Bellucci, 40, is spending £4k getting glam to give birth to her daughterCredit: Giovanni Pincay 5She's had fresh highlights and a blow dry, her teeth whitened, Botox, fillers and even a non-surgical butt liftCredit: Giovanni Pincay But she isn't heading to a posh party, she's on her way to hospital to give birth to her daughter. Carla has also forked out on a non-surgical eyebrow lift, lip filler, hair cut and highlights, a mani-pedi, facial, teeth whitening, pregnancy massage, microbladed eyebrows and non-surgical butt lift in the week leading up to her C-section, which is taking place today. She tells Fabulous: "I went on a bit of a mad one. I just want to look good when I give birth. "I'm having a C-section, for medical reasons, so...
    Moneyball author Michael Lewis has spoken out about his 19-year-old daughter's tragic death in a car crash for the first time, describing his grief as 'exhausting' and revealing how he goes into her untouched bedroom to feel close to her.  Dixie Lewis and her boyfriend Ross Schultz, 20, were killed in a head-on crash near Truckee, California, on May 25.  Schultz was driving the Ford Fusion sedan they were in northbound on Route 89 when the car veered into the left lane and struck a Freightliner semi head on.  The young couple were both pronounced dead at the scene while the 45-year-old driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.   Lewis opened up about the tragedy on an episode of Andrew Sullivan's The Weekly Dish podcast.  Moneyball author Michael Lewis has spoken out about his 19-year-old daughter's tragic death in a car crash for the first time. Pictured left to right Michael Lewis, Dixie Lewis, Tabitha Soren, Walker Jack Lewis, and Quinn Tallulah Lewis at the premiere of The Big Short in 2015 The bestselling author said there is still little clarity as...
    "CBS This Morning" anchor Gayle King revealed Thursday she receives judgmental looks and "side-eye" for not wearing a mask outdoors in New York. King told Dr. Anthony Fauci that she stopped a woman in New York City, who like King was vaccinated, but was still wearing a mask outside. "I think we all either feel guilty or we feel it's not time, or we see everybody else doing it," she said. "It's monkey-see, monkey-do. Do you really think it's OK? Because I still feel judged. I feel people giving you the side-eye. It's not comfortable, Dr. Fauci." HOW CDC DISCOURAGES VACCINATIONS: NEW YORK TIMES RIPS ‘MISLEADING’ ADVICE "If you were vaccinated, you don’t have to wear a mask outside," Fauci said. "It would be a very unusual situation if you were going into a completely crowded situation where people are essentially falling all over each other. Then you wear a mask. But any other time, if you are vaccinated and you are outside, put aside your mask, you don’t have to wear it."  "People are still judging," King said. The...
    Derek Chauvin jury reaches verdict in George Floyds death: Live updates Man suspected of shooting 3 colleagues, 1 fatally, in NY grocery store taken into custody © David Becker/WireImage Scott Disick doesn't like seeing Kourtney Kardashian with anyone else. In a sneak peek clip of an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Scott opens up to Kourtney about how he feels seeing her flirt and date other men. The on-again, off-again pair shares three kids -- Mason, 11, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 6. "I feel like it annoys me when you flirt with this lifeguard," Scott tells Kourtney as they lounge by a pool. Though she denies flirting with the lifeguard in question, Scott confesses that seeing her with any guy bothers him. "Maybe it's just, in my head, seeing you around any guy bothers me," he says. "... Maybe it's just something, I don't know, I feel like you're a little flirty." Scott tells Kourtney that seeing her with anyone else is his "insecurity," adding, "I just don't like seeing you with another guy." "It hurt me when you were...
    BORIS Johnson has urged Brits to get and use their free NHS Covid tests "even if you don't feel ill." The Prime Minister said today that people need to make the most of the free twice-weekly testing - in order to stop the spread of coronavirus. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 1The PM told Brits to take a test - even if they do not have symptomsCredit: PA From April 9, everyone in England, including those without symptoms, will be able to take a free rapid coronavirus tests. Rapid testing will help enable the country ease out of lockdown successfully. Boris Johnson told the nation today that one in three people with Covid don't experience any symptoms - meaning that people can unknowingly spread the virus on. The Prime Minister told the Downing Street press briefing: "We think that these changes are fully justified by the data, which shows that we are meeting our four tests for easing the lockdown. "But - and you know I'm going to say this - we can't be complacent....
    SAN JOSE (KPIX) — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new travel guidelines Friday that ease restrictions for fully-vaccinated travelers. According to the agency, fully-vaccinated travelers can now travel domestically without getting a COVID-19 test before or after travel and are not required to self-quarantine as long as they aren’t exhibiting symptoms of illness. READ MORE: OPD Sets Up Special Investigative Unit To Deal With Oaklands Soaring Murder Rate Those traveling internationally don’t need to get tested before travel unless their destination requires it. They must still, however, have a negative result in hand before boarding a flight back to the U.S. and must be tested again three to five days after arrival. Travel is still being discouraged as the virus rages and vaccinations continue. Local jurisdictions may also have tougher travel restrictions in place. “I feel a lot easier now traveling, being vaccinated,” said Redwood City resident Larry Pettis. However, Pettis and several other travelers at San Jose Mineta International Airport said they feel it’s too soon to ease restrictions. “I’m not sure if we’re ready...
    This is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior entertainment reporter Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here.Happy Pandemic Anniversary to All Who Celebrate!I don’t know what curse Sarah Palin put on us. On March 11, 2020, a year ago this week, Palin dressed in a fever-dream teddy bear costume and rapped along to Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” on an episode of The Masked Singer, while Nick Cannon twerked next to her and famed anti-vaxxer Jenny McCarthy cheered. Almost simultaneously, it was reported that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson had tested positive for the coronavirus, the first celebrities to publicly confirm a diagnosis. The NBA halted its season. A European travel ban was announced. Across the country, offices, restaurants, schools, and public spaces began to close. As if by lightning strike, for so many people, it was the day that the pandemic became real. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. The band played on the Titanic as the ship went down. The end...
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