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    VIDEO3:3703:37Monkeypox could be difficult to extinguish, says Dr. Scott GottliebSquawk Box The rising number of monkeypox cases in the U.S. and Europe suggest the virus has already spread widely across communities, but it won't likely cause a major epidemic like Covid, Pfizer board member and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Friday.  “Now that there’s been community spread, it may be hard to fully snub this out. I don't think it's going to become a major epidemic because this is a virus that's difficult to spread,” the former Food and Drug Administration commissioner said on “Squawk Box.” Monkeypox is a rare viral illness that begins with flu-like symptoms and the swelling of lymph nodes, eventually progressing to a rash on the body and face. Monkeypox spreads through open contact with the sores of a person infected, and has a long incubation period of 21 days or more, according to Gottlieb. He said this means many people may be incubating the virus since patients infected were likely undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.  Gottlieb’s remarks come two days after U.S. health officials...
    While many dog owners would like to believe they know their pooch inside out, it could be possible that some of their subtle signals may not mean exactly what you think they do.  In his new book Puppy Parenting, Dr Scott Miller has debunked popular myths about what your dog's behaviour actually means - from wagging their tails to smacking their lips.  Australian vet Dr Miller is a regular on ITV's This Morning and his upcoming book provides audiences with a clear chronological format about what to expect at each stage of your pet’s development.  The vet also outlined the various behaviours that owners exhibit that dogs do not understand, including greeting dogs for the first time by patting them on the head - which could be intimidating for pooches.  Although most of us love nothing more than giving our beloved pooch a massive hug at the end of the day, Dr Scott warned that embracing them too hard could actually make your pet feel restrained or dominated.  Here, FEMAIL reveals some of the useful pieces of advice given by...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One of the main issues in statewide and local races this fall will be violent crime and gun violence. Saturday night, newly-nominated Republican candidate for governor Dr. Scott Jensen apologized to delegates for once being on the wrong side of the gun control issue. Back in 2017, Jensen was a first-time senator from Chaska. He stunned his Republican colleagues that year by being the co-author on two gun control measures. The first required universal background checks for gun sales and transfers and the second made it illegal for a gunowner to not report to police if a gun is stolen from them. Back then, Jensen said these measures just made sense. But since them, Jensen has done a 180 and is against both those policies. Critics within his own party have criticized him for flip-flopping on the issue in order to win the GOP nomination. Jensen was a guest on WCCO Sunday morning. “My effort in 2018 was klutzy,” he said. “It was born of a rookie’s, non-veteran understanding of how things work, and so...
    During her last week as press secretary, Jen Psaki sold the legend that Joe Biden invented the term “ultra-MAGA” because he wanted to tack “a little extra pop” onto his burns. But new reporting suggests it’s branding concocted by committee over a period of months. Or just plain borrowed. Like “Big Lie” or “Don’t Say Gay” over the last year or two, the phrase “ultra-MAGA” – along with descriptors like “extreme MAGA” and more – went directly from a Democrats lips to the media’s ears and pens. It became ubiquitous seemingly overnight following President Biden uttering it out loud for the first time on May 4th. “Let me tell you about this ultra-MAGA agenda. It’s extreme — as most MAGA things are,” said Biden in a fired-up speech about the leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court. “This MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history — in recent American history.” Biden repeated elements of those remarks several times that day in the days after, and messaging from the Democrats and the White...
    MTV There's a new rumor swirling in the "Teen Mom" world, and this one is courtesy of Kailyn Lowry's ex-boyfriend, Chris Lopez. There’s a new rumor swirling in the “Teen Mom” world, and this one is courtesy of Kailyn Lowry’s ex-boyfriend, Chris Lopez. He and Lowry share two sons together — 4-year-old Lux and 1-year-old Creed — but in since-deleted tweets, Lopez said Lowry’s new boyfriend — 23-year-old “hot neighbor” Elijah Scott — is claiming to be the father of her youngest son. “For everyone who been acknowledging my growth I’m bout to throw it out the window,” Lopez tweeted, per screenshots obtained by Teen Mom Tea. “Cause clearly y’all thinking I’m sweet now.” “And now I’m being told she on her podcast saying she going to tell my son and he loves her 6th bf. why is it only my kids,” he said in another message. “First you got homeboy claiming he fathered my son because he was sleeping with my [baby mama].”Lowry Might Tell Lux Lopez Asked a Judge to Relinquish His Parental Rights View this...
    Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) continued to lie about his 11-point “Rescue America” agenda on Tuesday. Unveiled in February, Scott’s proposal plainly states, “All Americans should pay some income tax to have skin in the game, even if a small amount. Currently over half of Americans pay no income tax.” On Tuesday, Larry Kudlow of Fox Business Network asked the senator, “Would lower-income people wind up having a tax hike under your idea?” Scott responded by saying all employed Americans should pay taxes – seemingly regardless of income – but then stated he won’t raise taxes. “Larry the way I look at it is,” he began, “if they have a job, they’re gonna be part of this country and they’re all gonna pay into it. I don’t believe in raising taxes. As a matter of fact, I cut taxes and fees 100 times while I was governor. So I’m not gonna raise anybody’s taxes.” Later in the interview, Scott said, “If you’re able-bodied, you ought to go to work in this country. You ought to participate in our capitalist system, pay...
    President Joe Biden on Tuesday mistakenly said Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) was from Wisconsin in a speech about inflation. “They’ve made their intentions perfectly clear,” he said, reading from his teleprompter at the White House. “Senator Rick Scott of Wisconsin, a member of the Senate Republican leadership, laid it out in a plan as the ultra MAGA agenda.” Scott is the senator representing Florida in the United States Senate, not Wisconsin. The president did not correct himself during his speech. Biden responded to Scott saying that the president should “resign” because of his failure to address inflation. [email protected] is unwell. He’s unfit for office. He’s incoherent, incapacitated & confused. If Biden wants to actually fix the inflation crisis he created, he should resign. https://t.co/KqrCqgheI2 — Rick Scott (@SenRickScott) May 10, 2022 “Resign? That’s a good idea,” Biden replied sarcastically, saying that Scott “has a problem.” The president continued his crafted talking points warning about the “ultra MAGA” Republicans taking over the party. “I never expected the ultra MAGA Republicans who seem to control the Republican party now to have...
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A leading Republican running for Minnesota governor has suggested that the state’s Democratic secretary of state should go to prison for his running of the state’s election system, without providing any evidence that he’s done anything illegal. Scott Jensen, a doctor and former state senator known for his skepticism of the COVID-19 vaccine and the state’s response to the pandemic, attacked Secretary of State Steve Simon at a recent GOP district convention. “We are not voter suppressors,” Jensen told the delegates. “We have a simple attitude. Make sure that every ballot in the box belongs there. Make sure that it’s easy to vote, hard to cheat, and if you cheat, you’re going to jail. “And Steve Simon, you maybe better check out to see if you look good in stripes, because you’ve gotten away with too much, too long, under (Democratic Attorney General Keith) Ellison, and the hammer’s coming down,” Jensen said to applause and cheers. Courts have ruled repeatedly that the temporary steps that Simon took with Ellison’s backing to make it easier and...
    A New Jersey woman who survived being run over three times in a harrowing road rage attack said she desperately tried to pull off her high heels when running away and is convinced her assailant wanted to kill her. Morgan Scott, 23, was taking photos of a silver SUV driven by Vincent Jean, 56, after he allegedly rammed his car against hers out her home in Elizabeth on April 12, when the man suddenly aimed his car at her, mowing Scott three times as she tried to escape.  'I tried to run, cause I'm like, 'What's going on,'' Scott told Inside Edition. 'Let me get my shoes off, because I had heels on at the same time.  'One of them couldn't come off all the way, and I fell.'  Scott suffered a broken femur and ribs, lacerations to her liver, and both her knees were split open. She also had her neck broken in three places and had to undergo surgery to place a rod in her leg.  Scott remains in a wheelchair, and faces further intensive treatment in her road to...
    More On: travis scott Formula 1 Miami 2022: Grand Prix parties and events Travis Scott continues comeback attempt with first public performance Kylie Jenner teases fans with glimpse of baby boy at family’s Easter party Kylie Jenner explains why she’s still ‘not ready’ to announce son’s new name Rapper Travis Scott belongs behind bars says the filmmaker of a new documentary about the Astroworld tragedy, “Concert Crush.” “Travis Scott to me is a punk,” self-described  “victim-driven” documentary filmmaker Charlie Minn tells Page Six. “In my opinion, he is a criminal. Ten people died. How do we get around that?” Four hundred lawsuits against Scott, Live Nation and others involved in Astroworld have been combined into one civil case representing nearly 2,800 victims. They have been accused of negligence. Prior to the suits being combined, both Scott and Live Nation had denied allegations. Scott’s November concert led to 10 deaths — with victims ranging in age from 9 to 27 —  and numerous injuries when the crowd surged. “The reason he deserves criticism and jail time, he knew...
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren said on Monday that Democrats can avoid a wipe-out in November's midterms if they deliver improvements for working people and acknowledge the economic pain faced by families.  A positive message for voters, she said, would provide a contrast with the 'lies' being peddled by their opponents.  'Republicans want to frame the upcoming elections to be about "wokeness" cancel culture and the "militant left wing,"' she wrote in an op-ed published by the New York Times. 'Standing up for the inherent dignity of everyone is a core American value, and Democrats are proud to do that every day.  'While Republican politicians peddle lies, fear and division, we should use every single one of the next 200 days or so before the election to deliver meaningful improvements for working people.' Her party faces an uphill struggle to hold on the House and Senate in November. Parties that hold both chambers and the White House can always expect to lose seats in midterm election.  At the same time, President Joe Biden's approval ratings are underwater - last week a Quinnipiac...
    A White House adviser said Republicans are "in lockstep" with the Kremlin over whom to blame for rising inflation in the United States. Jesse Lee, a White House communications adviser, tweeted two screenshots, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin saying inflation and rising prices would put pressure on Western politicians and another of Florida Sen. Rick Scott saying the recent consumer price index numbers would be "a wakeup call" for President Joe Biden. "Putin and @SenRickScott fully in lockstep in blaming Biden for Putin’s Price Hike," Lee said. "So surprising." Putin and @SenRickScott fully in lockstep in blaming Biden for Putin’s Price Hike. So surprising. pic.twitter.com/ROJ5dWHzW4— Jesse Lee (@JesseLee46) April 12, 2022 MAJORITY BLAME PUTIN AND OIL COMPANIES FOR HIGHER GAS PRICES: POLL Scott responded roughly an hour after Lee's initial post, saying the White House "REALLY doesn’t like it when you point out that @JoeBiden’s disastrous policies are causing skyrocketing inflation." He then encouraged social media users to share his post if they agree that "Biden’s reckless spending is causing #Bidenflation." The @WhiteHouse...
    LEGENDARY TV presenter Selina Scott has told of the moment she was sexually harassed by Jimmy Savile LIVE on air. The former BBC's Breakfast Time host says she felt forced to kiss the Jim’ll Fix It presenter in 1984 because of the “immense pressure on young women in television”. 3Selina Scott famously kissed Jimmy Saville live on TVCredit: Netflix 3She made her name as a newsreader at ITN before switching to breakfast TVCredit: Getty 3Now she has told how she felt forced to kiss the shameless predatorCredit: Alamy It is thought Saville sexually abused up to 1,000 young girls and police reckon he was one of the country's most prolific sex offenders. And a new Netflix Documentary Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story has shined a light onto how the twisted pervert duped the British public into thinking he was a hero. It explores how Savile used his philanthropy as a smokescreen for attacks on hundreds of vulnerable victims aged from five to 75. Now Selina Scott has told how she fell victim when on live television the shameless predator...
    Florida Sen. Rick Scott on Thursday denied that his “11-Point Plan to Rescue America” calls for raising taxes on half of the country, a statement that appeared to contradict his own written proposal. Scott made the claim in an address at the Heritage Foundation, where he also took aim at Democrats as he waded into hot-button culture war issues. “The militant left wing in our country has become the enemy within,” Scott said. MCCONNELL WANTS 'ELECTABLE NOMINEES' ONLY IN QUEST TO FLIP SENATE TO REPUBLICANS Scott delivered a defense of his controversial agenda, arguing Democrats “are lying about the plan,” while Republicans “are parroting what they're saying.” “I'm not going raise taxes on anybody,” said Scott, pointing to his 2011-2019 governorship of Florida, during which several rounds of tax cuts were enacted. Democrats are not the only critics of the plan Scott put forward, though not in his role as head of the Senate Republicans' campaign arm. Republicans, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, have also criticized the proposal. McConnell said earlier Thursday...
    Fox News announced it has hired Olympic champion and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner as a paid contributor, with her first appearance set for Thursday on Sean Hannity’s program. Jenner, 72, the former Olympic decathlete, ran an unsuccessful campaign for California governor last year as a Republican. She was defeated by Democrat Gavin Newsom, finishing the race 13th.  The network said Jenner, who is a transgender woman, will offer commentary and analysis across various Fox News Media platforms. Fox News announced on Thursday it has hired Caitlyn Jenner, 72, a paid contributor. Jenner is pictured at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards viewing party on Sunday 'Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all,' said Suzanne Scott, Fox News Media CEO. 'She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.' Jenner won the Olympic gold medal in the decathlon in 1976. She came out as a transgender in 2015 and identifies as a female. She wrote on her Instagram page, which is...
    Even Fox News wasn't buying the Florida Republican's claims about his tax plan. Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) said Sunday that his party's plan to make Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security expire every five years was the best way to "preserve" the vital entitlement programs. In an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Scott was asked about his controversial 11-point "Rescue America" plan for a potential 2023 Republican majority in Congress. "Two of the big points are, 'All Americans should pay some income tax to have skin in the game, even if a small amount. Currently, over half of Americans pay no income tax,'" host John Roberts pointed out. "It also says: 'All federal legislation sunsets in five years. If a law is worth keeping, Congress can pass it again.'" "So, that would raise taxes on half of Americans and potentially sunset programs like Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security," he continued. "Why would you propose something like that in an election year?" Scott first tried to dismiss these direct quotes from his proposals as Democratic "talking points." Then, he argued that talking...
    BRITNEY Spears shocked fans after posting a video of Pete Davidson and Scott Disick to her Instagram and admitted she has "no idea who they are." The reel, which has since been taken down, showed Pete Davidson, Scott Disick, and a few others, relaxing on couches, watching a movie. 5Britney Spears poses in an all-black outfit and a high ponytail on InstagramCredit: Instagram 5Pete Davidson shows his disappointment after Scott Disick and friends fell asleep while watching a movieCredit: Instagram/Britney Spears Pete panned the camera to show that he was the only one still awake. He then turned the camera on himself and frowned. Britney reposted the video with the caption: "Sorry had to report this...no idea who these people in the video are but it made me laugh so hard." A Reddit user posted the video to the platform and fans of the Kardashian partners were quick to share their reactions. READ MORE ABOUT BRITNEY SPEARS CHEETAH QUEEN Britney Spears poses in cheetah print lingerie as fans think she's pregnant I'M A CHEF 4...
    The National Republican Senatorial Committee chair wants his party to increase taxes for more than 100 million Americans. Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) claimed on Friday that he stands by his proposal to raise taxes on most Americans and to have Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid expire and be subject to renewal every five years. Moments later he called himself a guy fighting "for lower taxes every year" and complained that Congress isn't doing enough to preserve those entitlement programs. In an interview, Scott, the chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, was asked by host Bob Harden about the response to the 11-point "Rescue America" proposal he released in late February. Scott noted that some in his party have opposed being candid with the voters about what they would do if they win a majority in the 2022 midterm elections, but that he is proud to stand by his proposals: The real world, we all get judged. In politics, people don't want to be judged. I'm fine. I'm fine with telling people, "This is what I'm gonna do." When I...
    Kylie Jenner admitted Tuesday that “postpartum has not been easy” just six weeks after she gave birth to her second child with Travis Scott. “It’s very hard,” the 24-year-old began in a series videos posted to her Instagram Stories. “This experience for me, personally, has been a little harder than with my daughter.” Jenner said she decided to speak out to encourage other moms.Kylie Jenner/Instagram Jenner welcomed her first child Scott, daughter Stormi, in February 2018 after a very secretive pregnancy. She then gave birth to her son, Wolf, four years later on Feb. 2, 2022. The makeup mogul said this time around postpartum has been difficult on her “mentally, physically, [and] spiritually.” She welcomed her son, Wolf, on Feb. 2, 2022.Kylie Jenner/Instagram Jenner said she wanted to speak out about her struggles because she understands how fellow moms could go on the internet and feel “pressure” to return to their normal lives. “It hasn’t been easy for me, either,” she reiterated. “It’s been hard, and I just wanted to say that so.” Jenner then shared that she “didn’t even...
    New York (CNN Business)Pierre Zakrzewski, a longtime Fox News photojournalist, was killed while reporting in Ukraine, the network said on Tuesday."It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we share the news this morning regarding our beloved cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski," Fox News chief executive Suzanne Scott wrote to employees Tuesday morning. "Pierre was killed in Horenka, outside of Kyiv, Ukraine."Scott said Zakrzewski was with correspondent Benjamin Hall "when their vehicle was struck by incoming fire." Hall, Scott said, remains hospitalized in Ukraine.Zakrzewski was a veteran war photojournalist who had "covered nearly every international story for Fox News from Iraq to Afghanistan to Syria," Scott said.Scott said that Zakrzewski had been reporting from Ukraine since February.Read More"His talents were vast and there wasn't a role that he didn't jump in to help with in the field - from photographer to engineer to editor to producer - and he did it all under immense pressure with tremendous skill," Scott said. "He was profoundly committed to telling the story and his bravery, professionalism and work ethic were renowned among journalists at...