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    A desperate hunt is underway for an 18-year-old girl who was abducted by a homeless man in a Walmart parking lot at 5am.  Naomi Irion, 18, was last seen in the parking lot of the Walmart in Fernley, Nevada, around 34 miles east of Reno, on March 12 at 5am.  She parks her car in the Walmart parking lot then takes a shuttle bus to her job at Panasonic that is laid on by the company.  According to her family, surveillance footage shows a man who had just walked to the parking lot from a homeless encampment getting into her vehicle.  He approached the car while she was sat in the driver's seat, 'said something to her' and she moved over into the passenger seat.  Naomi Irion, 18, is shown inside the Walmart where she went missing on March 12 at 5am Naomi would park her car in the Walmart parking lot then take a bus to her job at Panasonic but on March 12, was abducted in her car This suspect was filmed walking from a homeless encampment near the...
    Watch the moment plucky Ukrainian couple stood up to four armed Russian soldiers who invaded their garden, kicking them out without weapons. Video footage purports to show Russians attempting to pillage village houses in Voznesensk, in the Mykolayiv Oblast of Ukraine, and getting chased out by the unarmed owners. The footage shows three Russian soldiers holding guns and breaking into a village enclosure, while another soldier waited around the side.
    Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal is in a prime situation to pressure his team to pay a premium or watch him walk out the door.  For the first time in his his career, Bradley Beal admits he’s being selfish — and it’s hard to imagine someone who wouldn’t be in his particular situation. If Bradley signs an extension with the Wizards right now, he would stand to make an estimated $181,301,299 on a four-year max contract extension. But if Beal simply holds out for a few months, he could hit the free agency market and still choose a future with Washington, he could make $242 million over five years instead. And if Beal leaves the door open to leaving, he could sign elsewhere for a projected max of  $179 million over four years. For Beal, there’s no risk in waiting, only the reward of even more money. The Wizards, on the other hand, would be devastated by his departure, which makes his upper hand in negotiations fascinating as the end of the season approaches.Bradley Beal has leverage to pressure Wizards into a lucrative...
    The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week as soaring COVID-19 infections forced some businesses into de facto lockdowns. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 207,000 for the week ended January 1, the Labor Department said on Thursday.  The increase was unexpected but still moderate, and jobless claims remain at historically low levels after more than a year of elevated layoffs during the pandemic.  The labor market is tightening amid an acute shortage of workers. With coronavirus infection, driven by the Omicron variant, expected to peak soon, a substantial rise in claims is unlikely. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 207,000 for the week ended January 1 A 'Now Hiring' sign is placed on the glass store front of a store in Montebello, California, amid a nationwide labor shortage last month 'It is possible that the recent spread of COVID has put that earlier downward trend on hold,' said Daniel Silver, an economist at JPMorgan in New York. 'That said, it is...
    Ghislaine Maxwell has four potential grounds for appeal - including the judge's decision to force the jury to work through New Year's Eve holiday due to the coronavirus, a legal analysis by DailyMail.com reveals. Lawyers for the former socialite, who is facing 65 years in jail for recruiting and trafficking underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein, could zero in on how Judge Alison Nathan handled the case as they seek to overturn the conviction. Their primary argument will likely be how Judge Nathan ordered the jury to sit every single day of the final week until they reached a verdict. That included New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, even though it falls on a Saturday and is a public holiday, and Sunday as well. Maxwell's lawyers complained that such instructions were essentially telling the jury they needed to 'hurry up'. Judge Nathan said that the move was necessary because the 'astronomical' numbers of Covid-19 cases fueled by the Omicron variant meant there was a real risk of a 'mistrial'. But at the end of that very day the jury came...
    A dancer has given birth to a baby girl while undergoing brain surgery in Italy - with mother and daughter surviving the risky procedure in a Christmas miracle. Teresa Sgro, 33, who is Portuguese but living in Turin, was seven months pregnant when she went to hospital for a severe headache on December 18. Doctors at the city's Molinette hospital discovered she was suffering from a brain lesion - an area of tissue damaged by disease or injury - meaning she needed emergency surgery or she might die. But medics were also worried about the health of the baby, so decided to perform a Caesarean section at the same time. Teresa Sgro, 33, (rear, in pink) a dancer living in Turin, Italy, was 31 weeks pregnant when she went to hospital with a severe headache and doctors discovered a brain lesion Ten medics ended up operating on Teresa (left, with husband Francesco in brown) simultaneously to fix the lesion and deliver her baby - a daughter - by Cesarean section Teresa was anaesthetised and taken to the neurosurgial operating theatre, which had...
    A knife-wielding North Carolina man was shot and killed by police officers after he refused to put down the weapon and repeatedly stabbed his ex-wife's teenage daughter. The incident occurred in the 10,000 block of Blairbeth Street in Charlotte on Sunday night.  The man's ex-wife fled after he forced his way into the Charlotte home, police said in a news release. She alerted cops that her 13-year-old daughter was still inside.  Officers found the man holding the girl at knifepoint and tried to 'de-escalate the situation' before he stabbed her multiple times, police said. The teenager was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries on Saturday, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. She is in stable condition.  Authorities said they are not releasing the names of the man or the victim at this time.    A man was shot and killed by police in North Carolina as he stabbed his 13-year-old stepdaughter in the 10,000 block of Blairbeth Street in Charlotte, North Carolina Cops 'were met with something that horrific, to see a 13-year-old getting stabbed, and they were left with...
    A ROMAN Catholic diocese in Italy was forced to apologise after a Bishop told a group of children that Santa doesn't exist leaving parents outraged. Bishop Antonio Staglianò from the diocese of Noto in Sicily dropped the bombshell statement while trying to explain the meaning of Christmas. 1Bishop Antonio Staglianò told kids in Sicily that Santa Claus did not exist but was later forced to apologiseCredit: Newsflash The comments reportedly came during an event held on the feast day of Saint Nicholas - a bishop who is the patron saint of children and gave gifts to the poor. "No, Santa Claus does not exist," Bishop told the kids, according to Sicilian media. "In fact, I would add that the red of the suit he wears was chosen by Coca Cola exclusively for advertising purposes." Communications director of the diocese, Rev Alessandro Paolino, said that the Bishop did not mean the comments he made. “First of all, on behalf of the bishop, I express my sorrow for this declaration, which has created disappointment in the little ones, and want to specify that Monsignor...
              moreby Eric Lendrum   After an investigation, police have determined that a Florida school tying a mask to a disabled student’s face did not count as child abuse, according to Fox News. The investigation was initiated after seven-year-old Sofia Bezerra, who has Down syndrome, was found to have a mask tied to her head with a nylon string when she got off the bus after school on October 7th. Her step-father, Jeffrey Steel, said that she had left for school that morning without a mask on since she had received a medical exemption to the school’s mask mandate. Steel said that, as a result of her Down syndrome, his step-daughter has an enlarged tongue and breathes primarily through her mouth, which would make a mask more dangerous for her; when she came home, the mask was wet with her own saliva. Steel added that neither he nor his wife, Sofia’s mother, were informed by the school that Sofia would be forced to wear a mask, and no consent was given for her to have the mask forced onto her. When Steel...
    Portugal has confirmed 13 cases of the Omicron Covid super-variant, all of them linked to a football team whose players had been away on international duty. The infections were confirmed at Lisbon club Belenenses on Monday, coming after defender Cafu Phete returned from playing with the South African national team and tested positive for the virus.  Belenenses took to the field on Saturday for a game against Benfica with just nine players because the rest were in isolation. Only seven returned to the field after half-time, before one of them went down injured. Belenenses took to the field against Benfica on Saturday with just nine men because the rest were in isolation with suspected Covid The match was abandoned just two minutes into the second period, with Benfica leading 7-0. Both teams blamed Portuguese health officials and league bosses for allowing the match to go ahead. Speaking on Monday, a Belenenses spokesman said most of the club is now isolating pending the results of Covid tests. 'We're all in isolation except for the youth team that didn't play on Saturday, 44 people are...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Shipping cross-country to meet customer deadlines. That’s what’s happening with some small businesses trying to keep up with customer demand. “It’s affected my business severely,” said Dee Neath. READ MORE: Second Suspect Sought After Surveillance Video Shows Thieves Steal Dump Truck From Irrigation District In Yuba CountyFor Archival Gallery and frame shop owner  Dee Neath, it’s hurry up and wait. “All of a sudden I can’t get anything,” she said. So she is ordering supplies out of her wholesaler’s Houston and Chicago warehouses and having them shipped by truck. “I’ll buy things 500 feet at a time, whereas other frame shops are just buying a single frame. We manufacture here,” she said. That’s what Neath is doing due to shipping delays in Southern California ports. “Whether it be UPS or California overnight, we’re shipping big long sticks of 12-foot molding. It takes longer and it’s way more expensive,” she said. She bid this big job 1,400 pieces for a hotel eight months ago at those prices. “All prices — shipping and all that — is adding 20 percent....
    The America First Policy Institute (AFPI) announced Tuesday it had filed an amicus brief in support of a group of Navy SEALs suing President Joe Biden for the military’s coronavirus vaccine mandate. Thirty-five Navy SEALs, represented by First Liberty, filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration earlier this month, seeking a legal, religious accommodation to the mandate. The Navy SEALs have had their careers and livelihoods threatened with punishment, involuntary separation, and court-martial for not wanting to get the vaccine. Pam Bondi, chair of AFPI’s Constitutional Litigation Partnership, said in a statement: The Constitutional Litigation Partnership stands strong in supporting the United States Navy SEALS in their fight against the unconstitutional vaccine mandate. No one, including our military, should be required to choose between violating their religious beliefs and serving our country. We stand united with our men and women in uniform and their families. These heroes have selflessly served our Nation and dedicated their lives to protecting our freedoms – it is now our turn to protect theirs. The group argued in its brief that forcing religious servicemembers to either violate...
    The multi-millionaire inventor of Invisalign has been accused of physical abuse and sexual harassment by his friend's daughter who he gave a job. Zia Chishti, 50 - who went on to become founder of software company Afiniti, which used to count former British Prime Minister David Cameron as chairman and employs Princess Beatrice as its vice-president of strategy and partnerships - allegedly beat 28-year-old Tatiana Spottiswoode while having sex with her on a work trip to Brazil in 2017, leaving her injured.  He then allegedly told her that 'he should have had sex with me when I was thirteen years old', according to testimony Spottiswoode gave to a Congressional committee as part of the House Judiciary Democrats' attempt to pass a bill to end forced arbitration. The bill will be voted on in committee Wednesday.  Cameron's spokesman announced he had stepped down from the role on Tuesday.  Zia Chishti, 50 - the founder of software company Afiniti, which also employs Princess Beatrice as its vice-president of strategy and partnerships - allegedly beat 23-year-old Tatiana Spottiswoode while having sex with her...
                        Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael in studio for another edition of Crom’s Commentary. Henry: Crom Carmichael just joined us in the studio. A legend, a staple in this area. How are you doing? What’s on your mind this morning? Carmichael: Grant, I have kind of along the lines of what you’re talking about, not at the state level, but more just at the national level. There are some things that the Biden administration is doing in regard to cover that I think is really going to hurt the Democrat party over time, because what it’s doing is it is arousing a whole bunch of very well-known people who typically are Democrat. But they are now forcing these people to make decisions that are very bad for the individuals themselves. And so let me talk about...
    A New York realtor filmed himself chasing young school children down the street as they came out of school, telling them they had been abused because they were being forced to wear masks by teachers and parents. Curtis Goldstein, who also goes by the name Curtis Orwell worked for R New York Real Estate and shot footage in which he yelled at the youngsters through a bullhorn. In video posted to Twitter, Goldstein could be heard on Twitter telling the kids to remove their masks as they left school outside P.S. 158 on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Realtor Curtis Goldstein, pictured, filmed himself chasing mask-wearing school children Goldstein used a bullhorn to tell the kids who were wearing face masks they were being 'abused' by their parents The children were followed and harassed as they walked out of P.S. 158 on Manhattan's Upper East Side 'You need to be breathing fresh oxygen. This is diabolical. This is a psychological operation. Children should be breathing fresh oxygen!' Goldstein yells. 'Why are we suppressing oxygen levels to our children? Why? Why...
    Citi will require all 65,000 of its US staff to be vaccinated by January and is giving any worker that provides proof of vaccination by December 8 a $200 'thank you' bonus.   The announcement came on Thursday in a LinkedIn post by the head of HR. Officials from the bank later confirmed it was part of a move to get everyone back into the office.  Citi had been one of the more relaxed Wall Street firms in its approach to at-home working, citing families and childcare as one of the reasons why it was harder for people to go back.  Now, it seems the bank is instructing everyone to return to the office next year, and that the vaccine mandate is folded into it.  In August, HR boss Sarah Wechter announced that all New York office employees must be vaccinated, and that some employees in other office locations would also have to be vaccinated.  HR boss Sarah Wechter announced the mandate in a LinkedIn post on Thursday  Citi CEO Jane Fraser has not yet commented on the decision  The new...
    Justin Herbert has continued to earn the lion’s share of attention for the Los Angeles Chargers during their 2-1 start. The defense also deserves its share of the credit as well. The Chargers lead the league with 30 points off takeaways. Three of their four touchdowns in Sunday’s 30-24 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs came off turnovers. Los Angeles is tied for third with six takeaways. That is also its most in the first three games since 2016, which was also six. The aggressive and multiple scheme employed by new coach Brandon Staley has helped improve an area where the Chargers have struggled in recent seasons. They set a team record in forcing only 14 turnovers in 2019 and their 19 last season was tied for ninth worst in the league. “It wasn’t an accident. Those guys (in the secondary) were really making a point to punch at the ball and go after it. We came up with it four times,” edge rusher Joey Bosa said. “It was a testament to what we have been working on. We said...
    Let’s describe this process as "ripening" an issue. Expect Senate Democrats to use a potential standoff over the debt ceiling, voting rights and even the Parliamentarian’s decision that immigration reform doesn’t qualify for a budget bill as a way to make the case to modify the filibuster. This is a gambit to ripen the issue of filibuster reform among Democrats. But, also, as it pertains to immigration. Liberals want to test the limits of stuffing immigration provisions into a budget bill. The immigration fight is not completely over yet. Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough decided immigration didn’t fit in a fiscal bill. Democrats will petition MacDonough again  with another proposal – and, simultaneously try to blame her for all of their ills if she rules against them. Again. But this entire enterprise is truly about emboldening Democrats to eventually modify the filibuster.To wit:  Republicans may very well filibuster a bill designed to avoid a government shutdown and lift the debt ceiling. House Democrats approved the plan Tuesday night on a party line vote. However, Senate Democrats could likely pass this bill...
    Something odd happened on NBC’s TODAY show when an apparent streaker managed to get himself caught on the studio’s background camera feed. The show was coming back from commercials at one point on Monday when Craig Melvin was commenting on a “naked runner.” Sure enough, a man ran by the live feeds behind the anchor desk, and Savannah Guthrie called it out. “What are you doing!?” Melvin yelled. “Get your clothes on” added Hoda Kotb. The situation plunged into disarray and TODAY swiftly went back into commercials. Watch above, via NBC. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Disgraced South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh faces further financial ruin as his claim on his $6million indemnification policy over the wrongful death lawsuit resulting from the fatal boating accident involving his deceased son  has been rejected by his insurance company, DailyMail.com can reveal. According to court documents reviewed by DailyMail.com, insurance company Philadelphia Indemnity denied Murdaugh's claim following the accident that resulted in the death of 19-year-old Mallory Beach. Beach was on board in 2019 when, a 'highly drunk,' 'belligerent' and 'intoxicated' Paul Murdaugh plowed his father's boat into a piling on Archer's Creek. Philadelphia Indemnity stated that it had no obligation to insure or indemnify Murdaugh when he 'had knowledge or should have had knowledge that his minor son illegally purchased and consumed alcohol on a regular basis by using or displaying the driver's license of his adult son, Murdaugh Jr.' Although the ongoing Beach lawsuit does not stipulate an amount, Murdaugh could be on the hook for millions.  Earlier this week the South Carolina legal heir was accused of misappropriating over $1million from his private law firm. He...