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    Wow! Impressive. Congratulations, sir.pic.twitter.com/KbmMWVHmfD — Tyler Carditis (@Tyler Carditis) 1652482109 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new consumer price index data earlier this week. "The all items index increased 8.3 percent for the 12 months ending April, a smaller increase than the 8.5-percent figure for the period ending in March," the BLS noted. As Americans are sinking in a raging sea of inflation, 80 U.S. senators on Thursday voted in favor of confirming Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell to a second term. "President Biden has a plan to tackle inflation – by lowering costs that families face and lowering the federal deficit by asking the large corporations and the wealthiest Americans to pay their fair share," a White House press release states. The release says that, "one of the main ways Congress and the executive branch can act to lower price pressures is to reduce the federal budget deficit." "President Biden’s plan will make the wealthiest Americans and largest corporations pay their fair share, including through a new Billionaires’ Minimum Income Tax. By enacting reforms to make...
    Dirty fingernails, bad hygiene and eating loudly are deemed to be the most common turn-offs among single women, according to a controversial new thread. An online debate was sparked after a woman asked a popular Facebook group what gives them 'the ick'.  Hundreds responded by listing their turn-offs in men based on how they behave rather than looks.  Surprisingly filthy fingernails and a lack of hand hygiene disgusted both men and women the most.  Hundreds of singles have listed what instantly turns them off when dating. Surprisingly not cleaning underneath your fingernails disgusted both men and women the most (stock image) Singles flooded the comments section offering their opinions and personal experiences.  Other turn-offs included road rage, being rude to waiters, bad hygiene, eating loudly and being selfish.  One woman said she's completely disgusted when a man 'puts their finger in their ears'.  'I can't believe some people think this is okay to do when you are in conversation with someone,' she wrote.  Another added: 'This is probably unpopular opinion, but men so obsessed with football that it consumes them!'...
    JINGER Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo have been accused of flaunting their wealth after they posed in their $60,000 Lexus GX460. The Counting On alum, 28, shared a smiling selfie with her husband inside the luxury car, which featured sleek white leather seats. 4Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo have been slammed for posing in their $60,000 Lexus GX460Credit: Instagram/Jinger Duggar 4They were heading on a beach trip to celebrate Jeremy's graduationCredit: Instagram/Jinger Duggar Jinger beamed at the camera as she sat beside Jeremy, who was in the driving seat and posed with his hand on the wheel. She shared the photo alongside several other snaps of the couple taking a beach trip without their two daughters Evie and Felicity. The TLC alum captioned the post: "For Jer’s graduation, his parents gifted us with a night away and kept the girls for the day." The couple's critics branded them "annoying" for showing off their expensive car. Read More on Jinger Duggar JINGER SPICE Jinger flaunts figure in sexy dress & heels for husband Jeremy's graduationworking on Jinger Duggar gives fans...
    A majority of Americans say they are worried about being able to maintain their standard of living, poll results released Monday by Gallup showed. Fifty-two percent saw they are worried about their standard of living, up four points from 2020. This is the first time a majority has worried about being able to maintain their standard of living since 2016, Gallup said. The worries are even more pronounced about lower-income Americans. The share of Americans earnings $40,000 or less who say they worried about maintaining their standard of living has soared 17 points 56 percent in 2021 to 73 percent today. It has increased six points to 52 percent among middle-income earners, defined as earning between $40,0000 and $100,000, and four points to 36 percent among the top income group. Sixty-five percent of lower-income Americans say they worry about having enough money to pay their monthly bills, up 15 percentage points from a year ago. Fifty-nine percent say they worry about paying housing costs, including rent and mortgages, up 12 points from 2021. Seventy-five percent say they are worried they...
    A couple who couldn't decide whose last name they were going to share when they got married settled the disagreement by flipping a coin during their wedding. Pearl, 28, and Collin Hansen, 25, from Leesburg, Virginia, met and fell in love when they were both working at their college library. Collin, a software engineer, proposed to Pearl, a teacher, in November 2021, and they scheduled their wedding for March 26, 2022.  But as the big date neared, the couple was faced with a major decision - whose last name they were going to use after they got married. Rather than debate, the pair made the surprising decision to leave it up to chance, flipping a coin to pick the winner.  A couple who couldn't decide on whose last name they were going to take when they got married settled the disagreement by flipping a coin during their wedding As Pearl, 28, and Collin Hansen's, 25, wedding date neared, the couple was faced with a major decision - whose last name they were going to use after they got married  @diaryofasolotraveler...
    It's thought cats will sit in any spot they can squeeze themselves into. And felines in this hilarious gallery, curated by Bored Panda, have really taken the pursuit of finding somewhere to sit to the extreme. Among the photos, shared by cat owners from the US and the UK, is a moggy who enjoys sitting on top of their human's head.  Another snap shows a cat cosying themselves up in a snug cardboard box, while a comfortable looking pet bed lies empty nearby.     Here, FEMAIL shares the best photos showing the silliest cats who will quite literally sit anywhere they fit.  This US-based moggy likes nothing better than sitting on top of their owner's head proving how sweet the cat-human bond can be Ever found fur in the most unlikely of places? If you have a cat, you may want to make sure they aren't sitting in them! It's a well-known fact that most cats are not scared of heights. This cat, who lives in the States, is proof of that, sitting on top of a yoga ball, on top...
    Birthdays are usually celebrated by eating cake, drinking Prosecco and partying with friends. However unfortunately it doesn't always turn out this way, with some people experiencing the worst birthdays ever - and capturing the evidence on camera.  Now people from around the world have been sharing their birthday fails online, with Bored Panda collating the most hilarious snaps.  One person received a gravestone cake with 'here lies Jakes youth' written on it.  Another partygoer's hair caught fire from the candles on her birthday cake while her friends snapped pics.  Here, FEMAIL shares some of the birthdays that went terribly wrong... RIP! Birthday fails from around the world were collated by Bored Panda showcasing the most hilarious snaps including this women who told her fiancé Jake that she got him the perfect 30th birthday cake,  It wasn’t exactly what he expected Maths: When one man struggled to find the right number of candles for his wife's birthday, he was forced to improvise  Surprise! One young boy appeared to get a fright for his birthday, with these pig costumes scary enough to freak out even...
    A Disney historian has come forward to dismiss the idea that the famous family are united against Florida's controversial 'Don't Say Gay' bill.  Historian Jim Korkis described the family, which still owns a 3 percent stake in the company, as 'very conservative' and 'private,' in an interview with the New York Post.  This comes as the Disney corporation clashes with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the bill that is officially known as Parental Rights in Education. The bill, which will become law from July 1, bans formal lessons on gender identity for children from kindergarten through to third grade.  When the bill first passed in March 2022, Disney CEO Bob Chapek was initially silent. But, days later, the company public said it opposed the bill following internal pressure from workers and the public.  Some members of the Disney family, like Abigail Disney and her brother Roy P. Disney - whose stepdaughter is transgender - have been openly critical of the bill, but their views don't appear to be mirrored by some family members.  'In general, the whole family is very conservative...
    They tied the knot in a lavish $3.5 million wedding ceremony earlier this month. And Brooklyn Beckham and his wife Nicola Peltz appeared to be as smitten as ever as they held hands while stepping out in New York on Friday. The son of David and Victoria Beckham, 23, and his actress wife, 27, gave a flash of their lavish wedding bands as they put on a loved-up display. Newlyweds: Brooklyn Beckham and his wife Nicola appeared to be as smitten as ever as they held hands while stepping out in New York on Friday Rings: The son of David and Victoria Beckham , 23, and his actress wife, 27, gave a flash of their lavish wedding bands as they put on a loved-up display Brooklyn cut a casual figure in wide leg blue jeans and a beige graphic T-shirt, while he kept comfortable in a pair of white trainers. He sported a long gold necklace and gave a flash of his arm inkings, while he styled his brunette locks in a tussled style. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    A bevy of laid off Netflix workers are airing their grievances on Twitter, and the world is watching. The layoffs come from the company's newly-launched fan site Tudum, Deadline reports. Tudum was named after the sound that Netflix makes when it opens. A Netflix spokesperson responding to Daily Voice's request for comment said only that "our fan website Tudum is an important priority for the company," and did not disclose an exact number of layoffs. Meanwhile, former employees are on the hunt for work. Netflix last week reported a significant subscriber loss, its first since 2011. The 26 percent dip in the first quarter of 2022 created a $40 billion drop in stock market value. The streaming company cited the war in Ukraine, inflation and competition as the reason for the massive loss. It also raised its subscription price by $1 or $2 early this year. The layoffs sent a shockwave through the journalism community across America. Daily Voice is currently hiring reporters for remote work. Email [email protected] to apply.
    NETFLIX has given users a taste of how much they can expect to be charged once they crackdown on password sharing. The struggling streaming firm began demanding extra money in certain countries as part of a test in March. 2Netflix has long turned a blind-eye to password sharing - until nowCredit: Getty Images After losing 200,000 subscribers, the Bridgerton hitmaker is targeting accounts that are shared with people outside their household. With an estimated 100million accounts using this tactic, it could be a nice juicy bit of extra income for the company. But it comes at a terrible time for consumers already squeezed by the rising cost of living. Judging by the trial underway in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru, users could be looking at paying between £1.53-£2.30 / $2-$3 extra for two additional profiles. Read more about NetflixQUICK FLIX When will Netflix start charging users who share passwords? Everything we know Chile's extra member price tag comes in at 2,380 CLP (£2.26/$2.98), while those in Costa Rica will be charged $2.99 (£2.27) and 7.9 PEN (£1.61/$2.12) in Peru. However,...
    Dating is a tricky and nerve-wracking business at the best of times, and even if you're on your best behaviour, some minor transgressions can put an end to any hopes of getting to the second date.  Singletons have taken to Twitter so share their 'petty' reasons for not wanting to see someone again, in a viral thread started by Leah Howard, 21, from Ireland. She initially took to social media in March 2020 and gained 500 responses, but her request for people to share their 'icks' has recently gained life again, with people chiming in to share their turns offs.  Leah's tweet read: 'Please tell me the pettiest reason you’ve gotten the ick for someone. I need cheering up.' Replies ranged from rejecting someone for crumbling crisps into their soup to being turned off by a leather vape, while another was put off by a guy who lost his balance as soon as the train moved.  Elsewhere, a woman said her date asked if he could put one of her hairs in his food so he could complain and get his money...
    NETFLIX on Tuesday announced that it will begin to charge users who share their passwords between households next year. Subscribers will be asked to fork out extra to add members who don't live with them, in the latest crackdown on account sharing. It emerged last month that the streaming giant was already testing the additional charges in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru. Users who share passwords are forced to cough up around £2/$2.70 in addition to their monthly subscription fee. During its first-quarter earnings call on Tuesday, Netflix said that it will expand its test to other countries, including the U.S., next year. The tech titan stressed that it would continue to test the feature over the next 12 months before rolling it out more widely. Read more on NetflixQUICK FLIXES The four game-changing Netflix hacks no one knows – including HIDDEN menuQUICK FLIX You might be paying too much for Netflix – check if you're actually getting 4K "Frankly, we’ve been working on this for about almost two years… a little over a year ago, we started doing some...
    D.C. TikTok content creator Hannah Williams wants to encourage pay transparency, equality and diversity in the workplace by getting people to talk about what some people see as a taboo topic — their salaries. Williams’ newest venture @salarytransparentstreet involves three videos filmed with in D.C. and has been seen 10 million times. More D.C. News More Social Media News Williams said the goal also is to dispel common myths about sharing how much you make. “I just learned that a lot of people think that it’s illegal to talk about your salary or illegal to talk about your pay with our colleagues,” Williams told WTOP. “Really, the value I’m hoping to bring is kind of opening people’s eyes to the value of transparency and the fact that having these open conversations benefits everybody,” Williams said. @salarytransparentstreet Georgetown, Washington, D.C. ???? We are seeking an official partner and sponsor to help us travel to more cities. Please email us if you support pay transparency, equal pay, and increased diversity. #salarytransparency #paytransparency #salarytransparentstreet #moneytok #careertok #washingtondc #georgetown #howmuchdoyoumake ♬ original...
    Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco have shared a touching family photo to mark Easter Sunday in their first picture together in months. The couple, along with their twins seven-year-old twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, were pictured celebrating Easter together just three days after Albert tested positive for Covid. The photos were shared by the palace as well as Princess Charlene on her Instagram page with the message 'Happy Easter'.  The palace confirmed on Thursday that Prince Albert had contracted Covid for the second time, having been the first Head of State to test positive for Covid back in March 2020. It has not been confirmed whether Princess Charlene or their twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques have contracted the virus.  The publicly shared photo marks the first time they have all been pictured together since November 2021. Pictured: Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco have shared a touching family photo  with their twins to mark Easter Sunday in their first picture together since November 2021 Princess Charlene has spent long periods away from her family while she...
    Billionaire Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter for $41.39billion, a regulatory filing showed on Thursday. Musk's offer price of $54.20 per share represents a 38 percent premium to the closing price of Twitter's stock on April 1, the last trading day before the Tesla CEO's over 9 percent investment in the company was publicly announced. Twitter Inc. said in a regulatory filing on Thursday that Musk, who is the company's biggest shareholder, provided a letter to the company on Wednesday that contained a proposal to buy the remaining shares of Twitter that he doesn't already own.     The outspoken SpaceX CEO, known for his social media antics, told Bret Taylor, the Chairman of the Board: 'I invested in Twitter as I believe in its potential to be the platform for free speech around the globe, and I believe free speech is a societal imperative for a functioning democracy. 'However, since making my investment I now realize the company will neither thrive nor serve this societal imperative in its current form. Twitter needs to be transformed as a private company.' If Twitter...
    Cooking comes naturally to some people. For others, the simplest of meals can lead to disastrous results.  Wannabe chefs saw the funny side of their cooking mishaps and have shared their worse kitchen fails on Reddit's cooking discussion.  One cook messed up so bad they reduced chicken legs to charred pins, while another even set fire to their cooker.  One person who tried to cook poached eggs ended up with two egg yokes spread across pink blurbs that was as unsettling as it looked inedible.  One thing is for sure, these won't win any gastronomy prizes anytime soon.  People from all over the world have shared their worst cooking fails on Reddit, including this wannabe chef who accidentally started a fire  These cooking mince meat steaks look more like fungi than anything you'd want for your dinner One cook forgot to check their chicken and ended up with charred chicken legs for their supper  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Bedding deals: M&S has launched a HUGE sale with up to 40%... Contestants on...
    DEDICATED Starbucks fans might have their orders memorized, or saved as a "favorite" in the app, so they don't even need to think about what they're getting. If you've been ordering the same coffee for years, you're missing out on hundreds of unique drinks the Starbucks menu makes possible. 5Baristas are the experts when it comes to Starbucks' long list of menu offeringsCredit: Getty 5Try one of the hot drinks baristas listed as their underrated favoritesCredit: Getty The long list might give you "decision paralysis," and if that's the case, get a suggestion from a real pro – a Starbucks barista. Scary Mommy interviewed Starbucks baristas to ask for their favorite drinks. You'll collect plenty of rewards stars in an attempt to try all their recommendations. STAND-OUT SYRUPS Many of the baristas felt Starbucks customers don't take enough advantage of the flavored syrups on the menu, especially in non-coffee drinks. Stacy M, a barista in, Ohio told the outlet, "You can literally add pumps of any syrup we have." READ MORE ABOUT STARBUCKS SECRETSCOFFEE PLEASE You can still get a...
    People from around the world have been sharing the hilariously passive-aggressive moments they have encountered with their neighbours.   From a rather rude garden fence to a list detailing next door's disruptive bathroom habits, Diply has rounded up the most passive aggressive occurrences between neighbours.  One social media user, from the UK, shared the moment they tried to send their neighbour a polite notice regarding the volume of their music through their WiFi name, only to be pulled up on their grammar. Meanwhile another person, from Texas, shoved the parking sign through someone's car window.  People from around the world have been sharing the hilariously passive-aggressive moments they have encountered with their neighbours (pictured, one homeowner appeared to give their neighbour the middle finger with their fence)  Snow fun! One person, from Tennessee, was stunned by their neighbour's petty antics after they swept the stairs up to their own door -but left the other side One angry neighbour, in the UK, left a very aggressive note after someone's dog kept doing their business on their lawn  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Calling all Baltimore-area craft artists, here’s an opportunity to get some additional exposure for your work. American Craft Made is hosting a marketplace in Baltimore next year, which will be hosted from March 3 through March 5 at the Baltimore Convention Center. READ MORE: Legacy Of Madam C.J. Walker, Nation's First Black Female Millionaire, Lives On Through Her Products & FamilyArtists who are interested in sharing, and potentially selling, their work are invited to apply online before July 15. Applications cost $45 per person. The organization said its shows routinely bring in as many as 25,000 attendees and generate as much as $6.4 million for retail art sales. READ MORE: Crews To Remove All 5,000 Containers On Ever Forward In Refloat Plan BArtists are also invited to apply to the American Craft Made artists directory, which offers yet another avenue for artists to showcase and sell their work. The deadline to apply for the directory is May 1, and the application fee is $10. MORE NEWS: WATCH: Anne Arundel County Officers Save 4, Including Infant & Toddler,...