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    The Merseyside in England exploded Thursday night after Everton pulled off a massive comeback against Crystal Place to avoid relegation from the Premier League as fans rushed the pitch while the game was still going on. The Toffees were down 2-0 to the Eagles in the first half before coach Frank Lampard rallied his troops at halftime to stage a dramatic three-goal comeback to avoid relegation heading into the final week. Michael Keane and Richarlison got the party started for Everton in the second half before their No.9, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, fired home a header in the 85th minute, sending Goodison Park into pandemonium. Watch as the Merseyside faithful rush the pitch in the middle of the match. 11/10 limbs from Everton fans after Calvert-Lewin’s goalpic.twitter.com/OcDdtRdzyW — Sam Street (@samstreetwrites) May 19, 2022 If you thought that celebration was wild, wait until you see the aftermath as once the final whistle was blown Goodison Park devolved into chaos once again, securing top flight soccer for another season. Say what you like about Everton fans, not every club would get these...
    Republican lawmakers Marjorie Taylor Greene and Dan Crenshaw traded blows on Twitter as they renewed their bitter feud - this time over a $40 billion Ukrainian aid bill. Crenshaw has clashed repeatedly with rightwing firebrand Greene over her bombastic approach to politics. And on Wednesday, he suggested her opposition to the humanitarian and military assistance bill was part of an effort to woo the Russian establishment and its state-controlled media. 'Still going after that slot on Russia Today huh?' he said as they traded barbs on the wisdom of backing Ukraine. Their spat brought to the surface divisions between Republicans in handling the war in Ukraine, and whether it risked increased blowback from Moscow.  Reps. Dan Crenshaw and Marjorie Taylor Greene went to war on Twitter over Ukraine on Wednesday, exposing divisions in the Republican Party and renewing their bitter feud Crenshaw's comments about funding Ukraine triggered an angry response from Greene And it was a reminder of the way the pair clashed last year when Greene said the former Navy SEAL was 'firing blanks' after he complained about...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki reconfirmed that President Joe Biden will be attending the White House Correspondents' Dinner after news broke that his top medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci would skip the Saturday night event over COVID concerns. 'He has made the decision that he wants to attend, in a safe way, the White House Correspondents' Dinner to show his support, showcase his support for a free press,' Psaki said Wednesday, noting the particular importance of reporters' coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine. She continued that it was important to Biden to show, after former President Donald Trump skipped the media dinner during his one term. 'That does stand in stark constrast to his predecessor, who not only questioned the legitimacy of the press on a nearly daily basis, but also never attended the dinner, I don't believe,' the press secretary added. 'So he felt that was important and made a risk assessment to do that in consultation with his doctors and healthcare team.' Psaki added that the president will take additional precautions including possibly wearing a...
    Chris Wallace has revealed he still does not know if his future lies at CNN or 'some place else' - four days after its streaming service flopped after just three weeks. The news anchor, 74, who ditched Fox News after 18 years for a $5million job at CNN+, said he was 'in good shape' and was 'going to be fine' regardless. But he warned he was concerned for members of his team as well as the hundreds of others left in the lurch when the 'vanity project' was axed on Thursday. Bosses dumped the $300million initial investment after just three weeks amid feeble subscriber figures that were as low as 150,000. It spat in the face of former chiefs such as Jeff Zucker, who had negotiated pumping $1billion into it over four years. The ex-president of CNN Worldwide is also said to have blanked his old friend Warner Brothers Discovery CEO David Zaslav since he was ousted in February. The news anchor, 74, who ditched Fox News after 18 years for a $5million job at CNN+, said he was 'in good...
    A BRIT dad has been found alive while his son, 14, is still missing after they were abandoned during a diving trip in Malaysia. Adrian Peter Chesters, 46, and son Nathen Renze were among a group of four abandoned by their boat captain during a training exercise three days ago. 1Rescuers found Brit dad Adrian Peter Chesters off the coast MalaysiaCredit: Reuters Rescuers spotted Adrian, along with another two divers by fishermen drifting in the waters off Pengerang at 1am local time and rushed to hospital. "They have survived, and are now in hospital in a stable condition," said Mersing district police chief Cyril Edward Nuing at a press conference. Nuing said rescuers were still looking for Adrian's son, Nathan, and have expanded their search area further south towards Singapore and Indonesia.
    Ireland has been insisting all week that its scrum is world class. The evidence was iffy last Saturday as the Irish scrum was dominated by England’s seven forwards and a winger combo at Twickenham. The Irish were wheeled, twisted, and collapsed, and got on the wrong side of the match officials. The six penalties and one free kick conceded were a big factor in 14-man England staying in the Six Nations contest until very late. Ireland prevailed 32-15 in the game score but its scrum was sterilized. “You don’t become a bad scrum overnight,” reserve hooker Rob Herring said. Straight after the game, coach Andy Farrell said he wasn’t concerned about the scrum but promised to “get to the bottom of it” before they face Scotland on Saturday at Lansdowne Road in the last round. The autopsy was thorough. Players, coaches and referees had input. They resolved a need to keep the scrum square, show its solid and unshakeable to the referee. If a mistake is made, to not keep flogging it. Also, communicate better with the referee if...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A Bridgeport salon is vandalized after a person armed with a sledgehammer breaks a window, leaving glass everywhere. This is one of many acts that happened to the businesses since opening. The owner is talking only to CBS 2’s Steven Graves, calling the attack traumatizing. READ MORE: April Trial Date Set For Accused Serial Scammer Candace Clark After She Rejects Plea DealThe newly opened, Black-owned House of Melanin Salon in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood prides itself on being a welcoming, safe space. “I don’t even have curtains on my salon because I want people to walk around and walk by and be able to see us in here working.” But four days ago, an hour after closing at eleven, the windows into their world were shattered. “The situation has been traumatizing not only to me but the stylists who work in my salon.” A witness told owner Brittany Matthews a man used a sledgehammer to shatter windows on the store near 34th and Morgan. That neighbor yelled – likely scaring the crook. “That’s when she came to the...
    A REDDIT user claimed they received $1,800 in stimulus checks that they weren't entitled to after submitting their tax return wrong. The unnamed taxpayer, 20, says they made an error when submitting their W2 form in February 2020 - a month before Covid was declared a pandemic and the first round of stimulus checks were introduced. 1A taxpayer claimed they received $1,800 in stimulus checks after making an error on their W-2 formCredit: Getty Employers are required to send out the W-2 form, known as the Wage and Tax Statement, by January 31, which gives workers around two months to complete before tax returns are due. The Reddit user said: "When I filed taxes, I mistakenly clicked that I was not a dependent." They claimed they received $1800 in stimulus payments in total by December. The user added: “I suppose the government just saw my initial tax filing and put me on the list for stimulus checks. “I was afraid they were going to ask for the $1200 back but I just received the second $600 today. This means they...
    A mother who was unable to carry more children following her breast cancer treatment has opened up about her and her husband's agonizing fight to adopt their biological twins after welcoming them via surrogate nearly a year ago.   Tammy and Jordan Myers of Grand Rapids, Michigan, are being forced to go through the grueling process of legally adopting their nine-month-old twins Eames and Ellison because of the state's outdated surrogacy laws.  'We're hoping to have everything finalized by their first birthday. We've always wanted nothing more than to bring our babies home and love them,' Tammy, 40, told People of their uphill battle.  Tammy and Jordan Myers of Grand Rapids, Michigan, are being forced to legally adopt their biological twins Eames and Ellison because of the state's laws The couple is hoping to have the nine-month-old twins' adoption finalized before their first birthday  '[The court] has put us through hell. There are unfit parents who may not want, neglect, or abuse their children, but they skate by because they carried them.'  The parents also have a nine-year-old daughter, Corryn, who was...
    For the Bruins and the Beavers, well, it’s been a while. Both UCLA and Oregon State are bowl eligible this season, ending extended droughts without a postseason appearance. The Beavers (6-4, 4-3 Pac-12) haven’t played in a bowl since 2013 — that’s all the way back to Mike Riley’s second stint as head coach. Oregon State finished 7-6 that season and played in the Hawaii Bowl, winning 38-23 against Boise State. The Beavers struggled in the ensuing years. Riley went on to coach at Nebraska, and Gary Andersen lasted less than three seasons. Oregon State hired former quarterback Jonathan Smith in late 2017 and the team has improved steadily since. Oregon State defeated Stanford 35-14 last weekend and the surprising Beavers sit just below leader Oregon in the Pac-12’s North Division. The team’s mantra this season has been “ain’t done yet.” “They definitely enjoyed the win on Saturday night and celebrated amongst themselves. Yesterday, when we met with the team, we talked about how there’s still so much football in front of us, and how there...
    A model who used to suffer from an eating disorder has shared her heartbreak over being asked to lose weight for a shoot because she's 'not waify enough' after she went from a size 0/2 to a size 4/6 over the past five years.  Anna Gantt, 22, from New York City, burst into tears as she slammed the fashion industry's impossible standards in her viral TikTok video, saying she gained 35 pounds since she started modeling at age 15 and is finally healthy.  'These are the days that I f**king hate being a model,' she cried. 'Because I'm never good enough and I have been modeling since 2014 and I started out as a size 0/2, doing editorial and runway and now I'm a size 4/6 and I'm s**t on every day because I'm not a skeleton and I'm not unhealthy anymore.' Scroll down for video  Hard to handle: Anna Gantt, 22, from New York City, burst into tears as she criticized the fashion industry's impossible standards in her viral TikTok video Heartbreaking: Gantt said she had just returned from a casting where the...
    FORMER Blackburn star Morten Gamst Pedersen has extended his career at the age of 40 by starring for third-tier Norwegian side Alta. The midfielder decided to return to his roots in his home county of Finnmark despite offers from bigger clubs - and is still chipping in with spectacular set-pieces. 1Morten Gamst Pedersen was a big hit during his nine years at Ewood ParkCredit: Action Images - Reuters The town of Alta is home to 20,000 hardy souls who live through frozen winters some 400km inside the Arctic Circle. With an average temperature of below zero for seven months of the year, it is no surprise that the team regularly sticks to playing indoors. But Pedersen is loving the chance to carry on playing, over nine years after his final Premier League appearance. He told Norwegian outlet Fotmob: "I love to play football, that’s the thing. "I go to training everyday and I look forward to the games. I spend so much time on keeping my body healthy and well. "And I want to play football as long as I...
    Swimmers along a 14 mile stretch of beach in Los Angeles from Malibu to Marina Del Rey are being told to avoid going into the Pacific Ocean following a sewage spill that saw 17 million gallons dumped into the sea. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has warned people to avoid swimming, surfing and playing in the ocean, particularly around storm drains, creeks, and rivers following the spill which happened last month. Public health officials have been testing the water every day since the spill exactly one month ago on July 13th but bacteria levels are still exceeding state standards. The sewage was discharged over an eight-hour span into Santa Monica Bay. Beachgoers are being told to avoid the water around Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica among others Visitors to Malibu Lagoon at Surfrider Beach, Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, Mother's Beach in Marina Del Rey and Avalon Beach at Catalina Island, 50 feet west of the pier are being told to avoid going in the water. The Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant, Los Angeles' largest...
    (CNN)As a child, musician Devon Gilfillian remembers his father, a professional wedding singer, harmonizing with Marvin Gaye's iconic "What's Going On" album in their living room. While the groove of the music was palpable, the lyrics were lost on a young Gilfillian. The haunting questions of the song resurfaced to Gilfillian, now 31, following the murder of George Floyd. In a recent interview for a new CNN documentary about Gaye's work, titled "What's Going On: Marvin Gaye's Anthem for the Ages," the Grammy-nominated artist and activist recalled rediscovering the album just before heading to a protest in Nashville last summer. "I saw people with instruments, I saw people with drums, and I was like, man, I want to bring my guitar and I'm like, 'What am I going to sing?'' His song choice, "What's Going On," was easy, but performing it was not. "I went home, picked the guitar up and started strumming through it. And immediately I just started crying," Gilfillian said. Read MoreIt was an epiphany, a lyrical catharsis delivered from one man to another, a half-century later....
    Stephen Broderick, 41, was arrested on Monday walking along U.S. 290, according to KVUE-TV. Hew as taken into custody without incident. He is shown in a June 2020 mugshot  An Austin detective who shot and killed three people on Sunday then went on the run has been arrested walking along a highway.  Stephen Broderick, 41, was arrested on Monday walking along U.S. 290, according to KVUE-TV. Hew as taken into custody without incident.    Broderick was a cop until June 2020, when he was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a child. The Statesman reports that the victim was a family member.   He was released from custody after posting a $50,000 bond and was told not to go within 200ft of his daughter.  In November, a judge agreed to remove his ankle monitor after his lawyer pleaded that he'd proved he could be trusted not to wear it.  Broderick's wife and daughter objected to it, saying they were afraid of him, but was taken off.   Police have not confirmed if it was his daughter who was the victim, or if the women he...
    Not many Northampton restaurants can say they were part of the funky city before it was cool. But as they come up on 50 years in the business, Fitzwilly’s Restaurant can claim a hand in its renaissance. Opened in 1974, Fitzwilly’s on Main Street near the Truck-Eating Bridge, serves updated-takes on classic American dishes for lunch and dinner. The restaurant was part of the vanguard in Northampton's 1980s transformation from a depressed suburb to the thriving art, dining, and entertainment destination that it is today.  During COVID-19, Fitzwilly’s is opening daily for indoor dining at 11:30 a.m. and serving a slimmed-down menu featuring some “old favorites” including: Pan-seared Potstickers,  Buffalo Cheese Curds,  Chicken Tostada Salad,  Maple Bourbon Steak Tips,  Fish and Chips,  Various versions of mac n’ cheese,  Grilled Reuben,  American BJAM Burger (bacon jam, grilled onions, American cheese, pickles, lettuce, tomato, 1000 Island Dressing),  Toll House Cookie Pie. Yelp foodie Mark S. of Ellington, Connecticut, gave Fitzwilly’s five stars and commended the restaurant’s knowledgeable staff. “I'm giving this 5 stars for what it is, comfort...
    The mistress who Chris Watts murdered his family to be with is back in touch with him, three years after changing her identity and disappearing, the killer has claimed from jail. Watts said his mistress Nichol Kessinger wrote to him inside the Dodge Correctional Institution in Waupun, Wisconsin, under her new name, fellow inmate David Carter revealed in an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com. 'He told me she said that she needed to speak to him to clear some things up,' Carter said. 'He wouldn't tell me exactly what she had said.' Kessinger, 32, took on a new identity and moved from her home in Arvada, Colorado, after Watts was arrested for killing his pregnant wife Shanann and their two daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, in August 2018.  He is currently serving five life sentences plus 48 years in prison without the possibility of parole. Chris Watts revealed his mistress Nichol Kessinger wrote to him inside the Dodge Correctional Institution in Wisconsin, under her new name Fellow inmate David Carter made the revelation in an exclusive interview with...
    Not many Northampton restaurants can say they were part of the funky city before it was cool. But as they come up on 50 years in the business, Fitzwilly’s Restaurant can claim a hand in its renaissance. Opened in 1974, Fitzwilly’s on Main Street near the Truck-Eating Bridge, serves updated-takes on classic American dishes for lunch and dinner. The restaurant was part of the vanguard in Northampton's 1980s transformation from a depressed suburb to the thriving art, dining, and entertainment destination that it is today.  During COVID-19, Fitzwilly’s is opening daily for indoor dining at 11:30 a.m. and serving a slimmed-down menu featuring some “old favorites” including: Pan-seared Potstickers,  Buffalo Cheese Curds,  Chicken Tostada Salad,  Maple Bourbon Steak Tips,  Fish and Chips,  Various versions of mac n’ cheese,  Grilled Reuben,  American BJAM Burger (bacon jam, grilled onions, American cheese, pickles, lettuce, tomato, 1000 Island Dressing),  Toll House Cookie Pie. Yelp foodie Mark S. of Ellington, Connecticut, gave Fitzwilly’s five stars and commended the restaurant’s knowledgeable staff. “I'm giving this 5 stars for what it is, comfort...
    BLUE BELL, Pa. (CBS) — As the pandemic continues, a growing number of people with COVID-19 have lingering symptoms. They’re called long-haulers. Eyewitness News has the story of one Montgomery County mom who’s still struggling a year after being infected. There are some early indications that the COVID-19 vaccine might help patients with ongoing symptoms, but that’s being studied. For now, doctors say COVID long-haulers can suffer from a variety of symptoms, everything from organ damage to hair loss. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia To Open 8th Mass COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic “It was like such a nightmare,” Lauren Thomas-Mandel said. It’s been a year since COVID-19 took over Thomas-Mandel’s family in Blue Bell. At the beginning of the pandemic, Thomas-Mandel and her family came down with COVID-19. It started with her husband, who ended up being hospitalized, and then she started feeling symptoms. “Had the headaches, had the fever, the next day lost the smell, loss of taste, had the body aches,” she said. Then her four children between the ages of 6 to 18 started getting sick. “Thank God...
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