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    A TATTOO obsessed mum has been slammed for putting fake ink on her one year old baby.  Shamekia Morris, a fashion designer, first started putting temporary tattoos on her son Treylin when he was just six months old. 4Tattoo-obsessed mother is SLAMMED for covering her one-year-old BABY in fake body artCredit: Instagram/nuggetworld561/ 4Shamekia Morris, a fashion designer from West Palm Beach, Florida, first started putting temporary tattoos on her son Treylin when he was six months oldCredit: Instagram/nuggetworld561/ But critics are accusing her of raising him to be a 'gangster' and a 'thug.' She often shares pictures of her baby on social media, under the name NuggetWorld561, in which he is covered in tattoos across his entire body.  She told Truly: “I get a lot of backlash, people say I'm raising my son as a ‘gangster’ or ‘thug’ ; they're not used to seeing a baby with tattoos.“When I was eight months [pregnant] I did a maternity shoot with my brothers at a tattoo shop. “I got bullied on social media. All the comments were negative, people were saying my...
    MOMS would agree that raising a kid is a lot of work, especially when they are young. So imagine what your day would be like raising seven kids all still in diapers. 3A young mom named Lena Young shared a bit of her hectic life raising nine children on her TikTokCredit: Instagram/raisingouryoungs 3In a now-viral video, Young shared the lengthy process of unloading her children from the carCredit: TikTok/raisingouryoungs A young woman named Lena Young is a mother to a whopping nine children, seven of which are under the age of 3. More specifically, five out of her nine children are under 15 months old. Young recently gave birth to quadruplets, and two of her boys are twins. The stay-at-home mom gained quite a bit of attention after posting a video of her and her several tots and newborns. Read more supermomsFULL HOUSE I’m a mum of ten and all of my kids are under the age of sevenHOME OR PRISON? I spend HOURS cooking for my 10 kids but get trolled for using...
    A DAD who is raising his daughter a vegan has hit back at people saying that he will end up giving her an eating disorder. Marc took to his TikTok page to share a video of his four-year-old daughter, who he called 95% ish vegan, tucking into a pink frosted doughnut. 3A dad has sparked anger on TikTok after sharing a video of his vegan daughter eating a doughnutCredit: @verifiedbluecheckmarc/Tiktok 3Dad Marc hit back at the comments in another video on TikTok as he said his daughter is more than capable of making her own food choices In the clip, he could be heard saying: "Mmm, that looks delicious. I wish I could eat that." "But it’s filled with animals," the little girl replied, to which he dad said, "It is filled with animals". The video, and particularly Marc's remark, sparked anger among some viewers, many of whom took to the comments section to vent. "'I wish i could eat that' ED (eating disorder) trigger. I'm just saying," one person wrote. Read more Parenting stories...
    A SINGLE mum has revealed her daughter is almost never allowed to apologise. Over the years, TikTok has become the place where many share their parentings rules that others would classify as controversial - and joining the trend was also the platform's user @deathwishprincess. 2DeathWish Princess claimed she is a ''Full Time Momma''Credit: Tiktok/@deathwishprincess In a video that has been viewed by close to 40,000 people on social media, the mum explained that she rarely allows her daughter to apologise. ''In fact, the only time she is allowed to say 'I'm sorry' is if somebody got hurt - physically or emotionally,'' DeathWish Princess clarified. That ''somebody'' also included herself - for which the daughter is encouraged to apologise, as it will often cheer her up, according to the mum. ''Alternatively, if she accidentally makes a mess, the rule is don't say 'I'm sorry'. read more parenting storiesSAVVY SAVER The 10 money saving tips that helped me pay off £42k of debt and get a mortgageReunited I was 20 weeks pregnant when I began dating my high-school ex - we wed...
    (CNN)The Omicron variant of Covid-19 is raising the concerns of health officials amid the busy holiday travel season, but there is no need to panic just yet as the potential impact of the newly detected strain remains unknown, experts say. "Any time we've seen a new variant, it's already spread around the world. So the fact that Omicron is in multiple countries in Europe, in the US, is not necessarily an ominous sign. And I think that's a key point to keep in mind," Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the School of Tropical Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine, told CNN's Jim Acosta Saturday. "And also remember we've not seen any evidence that Omicron produces more severe disease than any of the other variants."The Omicron variant, which was first identified in South Africa, was deemed a variant of concern by the World Health Organization Friday -- sounding a heightened alarm globally over the state of the coronavirus pandemic, which has spanned nearly two years. World is put on high alert over the Omicron coronavirus variantIn response, many countries,...
    In this article IBM SYF Hiring has perhaps never been harder for employers. As pandemic restrictions eased amid the accessibility of Covid vaccines and businesses started bouncing back, many employers faced workforce shortages. Workers who may have lost their jobs during the peak of the pandemic were now highly desired. In June, there were more than 10 million job openings in the U.S., the most ever recorded by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In comparison, only 8.7 million people were still unemployed in July, according to the BLS. The competition to recruit new workers as well as retain existing ones is now fierce. That pressure is doubly felt in industries like retail and dining and hospitality, sectors hit hard by the pandemic but now seeing customers come back. To try to counteract that, companies of all sizes are trying to attract workers with increased pay. McDonald's, Chipotle and Walgreens Boots Alliance are just some of the companies that have boosted worker pay. Some others, like Papa John's, have taken those pay increases a step further and have offered...
    More On: sinclair broadcasting Wynn Resorts loses bid to partner with Sinclair’s sports TV networks: sources Bally’s wants to bring sports betting to your TV Trump hosting Sinclair ‘town hall’ in White House Rose Garden Sinclair kills controversial interview pushing Fauci conspiracy theory Sinclair Broadcast Group is quietly raising money for a new service to stream Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association and National Hockey League games to fans over the Internet, The Post has learned. The publicly traded media company — which owns exclusive rights to broadcast games for teams like the St. Louis Cardinals and the Dallas Mavericks — is working with investment bank LionTree to raise more than $250 million for the venture, according to two sources with knowledge of the plans. Sinclair has been telling hedge funds and other potential investors that it aims to charge $23 a month to fans who want to stream games in markets where it owns sports broadcasting rights, sources said. Fans who live outside of Sinclair’s 21 territories, where it owns broadcasting rights tied to 42...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden has resisted signing off on raising the Trump-era refugee cap because of political optics, sources have told CNN.The President's hesitation comes as the administration faces heat from Republicans and Democrats for its handling of an influx of migrants at the US-Mexico border. But the situation at the US southern border is separate from the refugee program, which dates back decades and has a thorough vetting process in place for refugees overseas to resettle in the US. One Democratic aide described what is unfolding as "vintage Biden" in terms of preserving his options so that he can maintain decision-making space for the one that best suits him politically. Pressure builds on Biden administration to lift refugee cap after months-long delayDemocratic lawmakers and advocates, frustrated with the delay, have tried to seek answers from the administration but have fallen short. When asked by reporters about next steps, administration officials haven't provided clarity, instead maintaining that the President is committed to the issue. Last week, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden was committed to raising the refugee...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — We told you last month about concerns regarding more than 20 registered sex offenders living in one building in Englewood. It turns out there are a lot more than 20. Police said 54 registered sex offenders live in the building. READ MORE: Family Of Adam Toledo Reviews Police Body Camera Video Of Teens Fatal Shooting; Release To Public Wont Be Immediate At Familys Request CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov found it raises some serious legal questions. There are 12 units in the Englewood building. But put the ZIP code in which it stands into the Illinois Department of Corrections database for registered sex offenders, and 60 of them currently list that one address as their home. Englewood activist Andrea Drane said it is unacceptable. “We feel as if the Illinois Department of Corrections and the City of Chicago utilize our community as a dumping ground,” Drane said. There are about 40 more sex offenders living in the building than originally thought when CBS 2’s Jermont Terry first investigated. They include men like Cayce Williams – who...
    NIKKI Grahame is battling anorexia and her condition has "worsened" in recent months. The 38-year-old star is in a "very bad way" and her Big Brother pal Rylan Clark-Neal has tweeted his fans asking for help to raise £25,000 to get her treatment in a specialist clinic. 3Nikki Grahame is battling anorexia again and is in a 'very bad way'Credit: Rex Features Rylan tweeted: "This is v hard to read but sharing with permission. "If some of the family could help in any way I know it would be greatly appreciated. Sending love x" Nikki's representative told The Sun: “It is with sadness that we can confirm Nikki’s battle with anorexia has worsened in recent months and those closest to her are doing everything they can to assist with her recuperation, most notably in the form of a go fund me page. "We are confident Nikki will be able to make a full recovery and she would personally like to thank everyone for their kind words, wishes and donations today and beyond.” Signs and symptoms of anorexia if you're under...
    Some women are developing swollen lumps in their breasts as a result of the Covid-19 vaccine, according to US doctors.  The lumps are in the body's lymph nodes — a network of vessels which filters out germs — and are occuring on the same side of the chest as the arm in which the jab was administered.    Mammograms have uncovered the breast lumps following vaccination in several women, raising 'unnecessary' fears about breast cancer.  Based on the findings, doctors are urging women to avoid going for a mammogram for four weeks after they receive their Covid-19 vaccine.  Scroll down for video   Some women are developing swollen lumps in their breasts as a result of the Covid-19 vaccine, according to US doctors. The lumps are in the body's lymph nodes — a network of vessels which filters out germs Dr Devon Quasha works as a physician in Boston and found a lump in her left breast during a routine self-screen.  She subsequently scheduled a mammogram and an ultrasound to investigate. One week before her imaging appointment she got her first...
    The logo of Swedish payment provider Klarna is shown on the display of a smartphone on April 22, 2020 in Berlin, Germany.Thomas Trutschel | Photothek | Getty Images LONDON — Klarna is close to finalizing a $1 billion funding round that would give the Swedish fintech company a valuation of $31 billion, two sources familiar with the matter told CNBC. The Stockholm-based firm is one of the world's largest providers of "buy now, pay later" services, which allow shoppers to spread out the cost of their purchases over a period of interest-free instalments. The company is raising a bumper round ahead of a potential blockbuster stock market listing that would be a boon to some of its earliest venture capital investors, like Atomico and Sequoia. Klarna is also backed by big-name investors like Snoop Dogg and Ant Group. The deal could close within days, the sources said, preferring to remain anonymous as the details haven't yet been made public. The fresh capital injection was oversubscribed and raised in just a week, one of the sources said. Klarna declined to comment...
    Precious Cole joined the Fight for $15 during the summer in part to raise awareness about mental health issues facing low-wage workers. Precious Cole moved to Durham, North Carolina, after breaking down on a phone call to her mother. She was struggling mentally, emotionally, and financially; to Cole, these three things were inextricably linked. Cole was working a fast food job and was homeless, only eating on the days she went to work. Her meager paycheck did little more than allow her to sporadically rent motel rooms so she could shower and have a roof over her head for a few hours at a time. “I called my mother crying and pleading and she said, ‘Get on the bus, you’re coming here,’” Cole told Prism. That was two years ago. Now, at the age of 33, Cole has worked low-wage jobs in the fast food industry for nearly half her life. At the start of the pandemic, she was working two jobs just to make ends meet. Now she works full time at a Wendy’s in Durham, North Carolina. Because...
    The family of a woman who went missing in Florida 15-years-ago this month hope to finally solve the case this year after raising more than $80,000 to pay for private investigations.  Jennifer Kesse, 24, went missing from her newly purchased condo in Orlando, Florida, on January 24, 2006. A police search was launched after she failed to turn up for work as a finance manager at Central Florida Investments.  But despite extensive searches, few clues to her alleged abduction have ever been found.  Now, on the 15th anniversary of her disappearance, her parents Joyce and Drew claim they are 'moving forward' with the case and have 'great hope' to solve it.  They maintain an on-going Go Fund Me page that has raised more than $80,000, out of a $200,000 goal, to pay for their private investigations. Scroll down for video  Jennifer Kesse, 24, went missing from her newly purchased Orlando, Florida, condo on January 24, 2006 Jennifer Kesse (pictured left) before her disappearance in 2006. In 2015 police released an updated photo, on the right, of how she may...
    CNBC's "College Voices 2020" is a series written by CNBC fall interns from universities across the country about coming of age, getting their college education and launching their careers during these extraordinary times. Hannah Miao is a senior at Duke University studying public policy. The series is edited by Cindy Perman. Sade Andrews was one of more than 6 million Floridians who voted in favor of a historic ballot initiative that will gradually increase the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour.  For the 19-year-old Tampa native and fast food worker at McDonald's, the vote was a personal one.  In March, as the coronavirus pandemic spread through the country, Andrews' sister lost her job at amusement park Busch Gardens. Andrews had been taking time off from her studies at Hillsborough Community College to help her mother pay bills. Making $9.50 an hour, Andrews was now one of two primary breadwinners in her household, forcing her to postpone her return to school.Sade AndrewsSource: The Fight for $15 and a UnionShe joined a coalition called Fight for $15 and a union that...
    Relativity Space's third generation 3D-printer in its new headquarters, with CEO Tim Ellis standing by for scale.Relativity Rocket builder and 3D-printing specialist Relativity Space is raising $500 million of fresh capital in a new round being led by Tiger Global Management, people familiar with the financing told CNBC on Tuesday. The new fundraise, expected to close in the coming days, would jump Relativity's valuation to $2.3 billion, those people said. In addition to Tiger Global, Fidelity is also joining the round as a new Relativity investor. Existing investors in Relativity are also expected to be contributing — those include Social Capital, Playground Global, Y Combinator, Bond Capital, Tribe Capital, Jared Leto and Mark Cuban. Tiger Global, the hedge fund of investor Chase Coleman, has more than $40 billion in assets under management. Relativity declined CNBC's request for comment.Relativity Space conducts a pressure test of a 3D printed tank.Relativity SpaceThe company is building the first iteration of its Terran 1 rocket. But unlike other rockets, Relativity is using multiple 3D-printers, all developed in-house, to build Terran 1. The rocket is designed to have...
    An arthritis drug has been found to cut deaths in patients admitted to hospital with Covid-19 by a remarkable two-thirds – giving medics a powerful new weapon in their armoury against the disease. The daily pill, first earmarked as a potential Covid game-changer by a British firm, reduces deaths by 71 per cent in those with moderate or severe illness, researchers say. Importantly, it works in the elderly, raising hopes that it will save the most vulnerable. Called baricitinib, and marketed under the brand name Olumiant, it is a relatively new drug for rheumatoid arthritis that has been available for only three years. An arthritis drug has been found to cut deaths in patients admitted to hospital with Covid-19 by a remarkable two-thirds. Picture: Stock But in February it was identified as a strong candidate to help treat what was then the new threat of Covid-19. The drug was picked out by London-based BenevolentAI, which examined thousands of existing medicines for signs they might combat Covid. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Horror as woman...
    A married couple who have been together for more than ten years have revealed how welcoming another woman into their relationship has actually improved their romance, while detailing what life is like living as a throuple while raising five kids together.  Veterinary technician Stephanie Alicea, 31, and barber Hector Alicea, 30, from Tampa Bay, Florida, met as teenagers in 2008 and got married just two years later. Wanting to settle down into family life, the couple went on to have two children: Zoey, 12, and Gabby, five. However, at the start of 2020, after ten years of marriage, the couple decided that they had too much love to share just within their family of four, so they made the mutual decision to look for a third person to bring more joy and love into their already flourishing relationship. Opening up: Married couple Hector (left) and Stephanie Alicea (center) welcomed another woman, Carissa Barclay (right) into their relationship, ten years after they married  New normal: Both Hector, 30, and Stephanie, 31, say that living with Carissa, 30, has made...
    You could argue that the city of San Jose installing streetlight banners around City Hall emblazoned with the Black Lives Matter slogan amounts to establishing co-opting cries of protest, neutralizing the message by making it mainstream. But that was certainly not what anyone was saying at a City Hall unveiling Thursday morning, where leaders including Mayor Sam Liccardo and Vice Mayor Chappie Jones promised the banners were the start of a call to action — not the conclusion. “Unveiling of the Black Lives Matter banners at City Hall is an important step in acknowledging that we cannot begin the conversation about ‘all lives matter’ until we recognize and acknowledge that Black lives matter,” Jones said. “Symbols and statements have meaning, and they express to the world what our values are as a city.” Jones called on the public and private sectors, as well as nonprofits and community organizations, to work together to remedy the economic, political and social changes to remedy centuries of racial injustice. “Symbols are not enough. If we are going to make meaningful change, it’s going to...
    Joe Biden, whose lead is widening in the polls, is up on Wall Street, too. Many investment strategists suggest that his presidency could be a blessing for the economy and the stock market. Investment strategists at Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Barclays all said this week that a strong victory by Biden would be good for markets because it would reduce uncertainty and ensure more coronavirus relief spending next year. Wall Street, which has historically hated uncertainty, increasingly views a clear-cut Democratic presidential victory in November as much-needed stability amid a pandemic and a recession that has left tens of millions unemployed. Biden holds a comfortable 9.7-point lead in the national polls, according to RealClearPolitics, although that margin is tighter at 4.6 points in key battleground states. “This suggests that markets are assigning a bit more probability to his win and a bit less to a close and contested outcome,” Barclays bank strategists Ajay Rajadhyaksha and Shawn Golhar wrote in a report Sunday. Nevertheless, there is big concern of a contested election, with the Trump campaign raising allegations...
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