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    MANCHESTER UNITED star Harry Maguire may have had a difficult campaign, but at least he's got the support of his new boss. The Red Devils captain, 29, has struggled for form - like may of his team mates to be fair - in what was a dismal campaign for the 20-time league champions. 23 Harry Maguire became the most expensive defender in the world after signing for United in 2019 for £85mCredit: Getty - Contributor 23 But Maguire, nicknamed slab-head, could have been an accountant, his former teacher revealedCredit: PA:Press Association But despite some inconsistent performances, incoming Dutch boss Erik ten Hag has backed the England star to come good. "Next season is a different season," ten Hag revealed in a press conference. "He's done a great job, and he's a great player. "He's achieved a lot with his contribution to Manchester United so I'm looking forward to working with him." Maguire has enjoyed a remarkable rise. The burly 6ft 4in defender was a revelation at Leicester City and one of the first names on the team sheet for England,...
    Nicole Saphier, MD is a physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, an assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College and bestselling author of 'Panic Attack.' Her opinions are her own and not reflective of her employers.  An uncomfortable truth has become obvious as anxiety over the worsening infant formula shortage grows. For potentially millions of parents and children, it didn't have to be this way. At birth, 1 in 5 newborns receive formula within the first couple days. By three months, less than half are exclusively breastfed. As the shortage worsens, some babies may go without food and risk becoming malnourished while parents struggle to find formula, are unwilling to change brands or unable to create homemade remedies (which pediatricians warn against because they may not meet the nutritional needs of infants). Breastfeeding is physiologically more advantageous to mother and child, yet breastfeeding is underutilized in this country. The formula shortage has highlighted our collective, self-induced frailty related to feeding our infants. And part of the problem is that we are discouraged from talking about it. To be clear,...
    Donald Trump on Monday reaffirmed his support for embattled North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn ahead of the scandal-plagued lawmaker's primary race.  Voters in North Carolina head to the polls on Tuesday in the crowded eight-way Republican election.  Whoever wins the state's deep-red 11th Congressional District GOP primary is the runaway favorite to claim the House seat in November. The ex-president took to his new platform Truth Social shortly after midnight on Monday to say Cawthorn should be given a 'second chance' for making 'foolish mistakes' that include the leak of a nude tape and claiming he was invited to cocaine-fueled orgies by senior members of Congress. 'At 18 years of age, Madison Cawthorn, the now 26 year old Congressman from the Great State of North Carolina, went through a life changing event the likes of which, fortunately, few people will ever have to endure,' Trump wrote on Truth Social. The former president was referring to a fiery 2014 car wreck that left Cawthorn paralyzed from the waist down and in need of a wheelchair.  His post continued, 'In just seconds,...
    Convicted German rapist Christian Brueckner has been made an 'official suspect' in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Brueckner, 44, was sensationally named by German prosecutors as the man 'responsible' for Madeleine's kidnap and murder in June 2020. But since then no charges have been brought. However today respected German daily Bild claimed he has had been made an 'arguido' or official suspect in the case by Portugal which is usually the precursor to charges. Speaking to MailOnline late on Thursday, Brueckner's lawyer categorically denied reports his client had been charged over the disappearance.  Without naming Brueckner, news agency AFP claimed on Thursday evening German authorities had charged 'a suspect' at the request of the Portuguese prosecutor. An 'arguido' - normally translated as 'named suspect' or 'formal suspect' - is someone who is treated by Portuguese police as more than a witness but has not been arrested or charged.  Police in Portugal are thought to have acted in the last few days after it emerged that he could avoid charges due to Portugal's statute of limitations which kicks in for serious crimes...
    Amy Schumer says she's happy with the results of her recent liposuction and it's made her feel 'a lot better' about herself — but, she admits, she has felt a bit guilty about the 'privilege' of being able to have pricey cosmetic procedures that not everyone can afford. Appearing on the 'Making Space with Hoda Kotb' podcast, the 40-year-old comedian spoke candidly about getting the fat-removal procedure, explaining that she'd previously tried CoolSculpting but saw no results. But while she is pleased with the results, she said she struggled with some guilt that she used a tool to lose weight that isn't available to everyone, and had to convince herself that it was OK. 'I was feeling bad because it’s, like, such a privilege thing,' she said. 'And I’m like, "Well, you know, people with money, they also drive nice cars" … So, my "nice car" is that I had, you know … a liter of fat sucked out of my belly.' Amy Schumer says she's happy with the results of her recent liposuction and it's made her feel 'a lot better'...
    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican who voted against confirming Jackson last year, said on Thursday that he will not support elevating Jackson to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. As long as the Senate Democratic caucus sticks together, they can confirm Jackson to the high court even if none of their GOP colleagues decide to support the move. In the event of a 50-50 split vote in the Senate, Vice President Kamala Harris could break the tie to confirm Jackson. "Like so much of our public square, the Supreme Court confirmation process is broken and doesn’t build trust in either the Senate or the Supreme Court," Sasse said in his statement. "Senators should have made fewer speeches, and Judge Jackson should have made her judicial philosophy clear and understandable to the American people. Unfortunately, neither of those things happened. "I am grateful for Judge Jackson’s service and wish her and her family the best as she takes her seat on the Court, but I am unable to consent to the nomination," he noted.
    Vladimir Putin has 'overreached' in his invasion of Ukraine and the 'despicable operation will lead to his downfall', the former head of MI6's Russian division said today. Christopher Steele, who was a member of the British secret service for over two decades and led MI6 operations in Russia from 2006-2009, said Putin will never be accepted back into the international community and his regime will ultimately collapse as a result.  'I don't see him surviving this in the long term. I think we've gone over a watershed here,' Steele declared in an interview with Sky News Thursday evening. 'An operation on this scale is really beyond Russia... I think there are several gross miscalculations here by Putin.' It comes as a Russian assault on Kyiv was repelled earlier today by Ukrainian forces who successfully pushed back the invaders' advances towards the capital from the west and east, inflicting heavy losses with an artillery ambush of Russian armour outside Brovary, east of the capital, and killing a high-ranking commander in the process. But Steele warned that the slow progress of Russian troops thus...
    President Joe Biden said at Friday’s press conference on Ukraine that he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided he will invade Ukraine, but does not believe he will use nuclear weapons. Russian forces amassed on Ukraine’s border approached 200,000 at the end of this week, the Washington Post reported. While Putin had earlier in the week stated he was pulling back troops, U.S. intelligence analysts said that Russia was in fact adding more personnel, and that they believed an attack is imminent. Biden updated the country on the matter Friday, and took multiple questions from reporters following brief remarks. Biden was asked, “Do you have any indication about whether president pun has made a decision on whether to invade, do you feel confident that he hasn’t made that decision already?” The president responded, “As of this moment, I am convinced he’s made the decision. We have reason to believe that.” Moments later, the president was asked, “President Putin is going to oversee some nuclear drills this weekend, how do you see that happening, What is your reaction to that?” Biden replied: Well, I don’t think he is remotely contemplating using nuclear weapons. But...
    ROY KEANE has revealed he would like to 'go back' into management as reports continue to link him to the vacant Sunderland job - but only is the contract is right. Keane made the admission while on punditry duty for the FA Cup clash between Manchester United and Sunderland. ???? “Roy, there’s been lots of speculation linking you with the Sunderland job… what can you tell us?”“Are we losing you, or what’s going on? You can’t just leave me like that!” ????Keep watching for some classic @IanWright0 ????#SAFC pic.twitter.com/6ILmP4EGqZ— ITV Football (@itvfootball) February 4, 2022 1Keane remained coy when questioned on whether he would take the Sunderland jobCredit: ITV The 50-year-old has held talks with the Black Cats over the role, and has been offered the chance to return to the club he left 13 years ago. Keane said on ITV: "I made it clear I would like to go back into football as manager one day but the club has to want you and you have to want the club and the contract has be right....
    CHELSEA star Callum Hudson-Odoi admits that playing as a wing-back has made him a better player, but he'd rather be picked further forward. The Blues academy graduate has had to fill a number of different roles since Thomas Tuchel's Stamford Bridge arrival last year. 2Callum Hudson-Odoi has had to be versatile for the BluesCredit: AFP Having come through the ranks as a winger, Hudson-Odoi had to improve the defensive side of his game in order to get minutes as a right wing-back. And while he appreciates the developments this has enabled him to make, the 21-year-old would rather be utilised in a more natural position. He told Chelsea's official website: "I’d definitely say I prefer more-attacking positions for myself, as a winger or a No10 kind of player. "Obviously I like to be direct and try to create scoring opportunities for the team, hopefully try to score some myself. Playing in that position I’m more comfortable and I feel more free while playing there as well. "So it’s definitely a nice position, to know that I can go out there,...
    The massive Build Back Better spending plan, which Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) said last month that he could not support, seems to have stalled, but Biden said on Wednesday that he believes portions of the plan can be passed before the midterm elections. The president also continued to claim that the proposal would help alleviate the rising prices Americans have been facing. Senate Democrats also appear poised to fail in their push to pass so called "voting rights" legislation, as Manchin and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) have indicated that they will not support changing the filibuster rules, a move that other Democrats have been advocating in order to ram the legislation through. President Biden Holds a Press Conference www.youtube.com
      President BidenJoe BidenMadame Tussauds unveils new Biden and Harris figures US raises concerns about Russian troop movements to Belarus Putin tests a model for invading Ukraine, outwitting Biden's diplomats MORE plans to use his Wednesday afternoon press conference to highlight progress made on the economy and pandemic during his first year in office, but he will acknowledge there is more to do, White House communications director Kate BedingfieldKate BedingfieldOvernight Energy & Environment — Biden seeks to reverse Trump on Arctic drilling Biden environmental aide leaving White House The Memo: No more 'the former guy' as Biden tackles Trump head-on MORE said. "What he's thinking about is the great progress we've made in the first year of his presidency," Bedingfield said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," citing economic growth and improvements in COVID-19 testing and vaccinations. "He believes that he has laid a foundation for progress," Bedingfield said. "But he would also be the first to say there's a lot more to do. There's a lot more to do, and he wants to finish the job on things that he started. "He set forth...
    President Joe Biden is under a tremendous amount of pressure from his own Democratic Party and the liberal media establishment for daring to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan and allowing the country to fall back into the hands of the fundamentalist Taliban regime. Biden, in a statement on August 14, said, "One more year, or five more years, of U.S. military presence would not have made a difference if the Afghan military cannot or will not hold its own country." Just two days later, after the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled and the Taliban stormed into the capital, Kabul, President Biden in a speech from the White House defiantly maintained that "there was never a good time to withdraw U.S. forces," but was forced to admit that the Taliban resumed control of Afghanistan "more quickly than we had anticipated." Republicans predictably jumped on this demonstrable foreign policy failure, neglecting to mention that it was Biden's predecessor Donald Trump who laid the groundwork for the withdrawal of U.S. troops and worked with the Taliban to do so. Senate Minority Leader Mitch...
    08/15/2021 On at 19:47 CEST . The Spanish Marc Márquez (Repsol Honda RC 213 V) finished fifteenth, after suffering a crash, the MotoGP Austrian Grand Prix, but despite this he said he was satisfied and very happy with the result. “The assessment that I must make today is very good, I am very satisfied with the performance we have had although we have not been able to finish it with a good result, but these things sometimes happen, the important thing is that we have been able to enjoy the race, we have been able to fighting with those in front and thinking and planning how the last laps could be done to fight for victory “, assured the pilot. “The rain fell and it was a strategy outcome … but we made the safest decision, which was to change tires and finish the race well. There was a driver who was left with slicks, Brad Binder, who really is that he has been very brave in doing it, especially for what he has risked,...
    Exactly 20 years ago, she teetered on to our screens as the bubblegum pink, seriously underestimated Elle Woods in the schmaltzy 2001 hit Legally Blonde. In a classic case of art mirroring life, Reese Witherspoon, a southern belle who never seemed to take the world too seriously — on the surface at least — has been crowned the wealthiest and most powerful woman in Hollywood. Thanks to the sale of a majority stake in her production company, Hello Sunshine, this week for £647 million, plus an influential book club that rules the U.S. bestseller list, a successful clothing line and an eye for a killer deal, she is said to be worth £287 million by Forbes magazine. She has an Oscar, a picture-perfect family, a happy second marriage to talent agent Jim Toth and a delightfully close relationship with her wider family. Oh, and a crop of A-list besties, too. And while she makes it look like a breeze to her 26 million Instagram followers, don’t be fooled.  Behind that ditzy facade lies fierce intelligence and work ethic that would...
    Updated 07/30/2021 – 03:02 “Life has hit me very hard, but I give them back stronger.” As clearly shown Gazi khalidov, a boxer from La Rioja who is exciting the Spanish fans with a possible medal. The pgil, who has already guaranteed the diploma, fights this Friday to look for a pass to the semifinals that will bring him closer to the medals in the category of less than 81 kg. For him, in his 26th birthday, these Games are a gift. An award for the effort made. “I have worked hard to be here, that’s why I only think about gold. I don’t want to talk about anything else. Then whatever happens will happen, but now I only think about gold. These five years have been very hard. I have come here to leave everything to me, until the last bell “, account to BRAND an athlete whose life is like a movie script. He had to flee at the age of 8 from his country of origin, Republic of Dagestan, due to the unbearable violence...
    WHEN Boris Johnson stood on the steps of Downing Street as Prime Minister in July 2019, the skies were blue and the streets of Britain were paved with Brexit gold. All he needed to do was break the Parliamentary logjam and finally get us out of the EU. 1Few Prime Ministers in history have ridden such a rollercoaster of triumph and disaster as BorisCredit: AFP At long last we were about to reap the rewards of freedom from Brussels tyranny, as firms and savers unleashed treasure at home and abroad to boost the economy and heal Brexit divisions. He delivered Brexit. Yet, in a matter of weeks, optimism was blown away by an invisible microscopic mutant, probably made in China. Millions of lives were at risk worldwide including, on one drama-filled night, Boris’s own. Almost twice as many have since died here from Covid as from German bombs in World War Two. Yet despite Professor Neil Ferguson’s shocking forecasts of half a million dead, the NHS was never in serious danger. Few Prime Ministers in history have ridden such a...
    Chris Cuomo appeared genuinely puzzled on Monday night as to why Donald Trump doesn’t do more to promote the Covid-19 vaccine that he’s taken a lot of credit for. Moreover, he said that vaccine skepticism and Trump bragging about the vaccine both being applause lines at the Conservative Political Action Conference shows that the vaccine has become politicized. Cuomo said Americans aren’t getting the vaccine “because of [a] bogus political reason.” He proceeded to show a montage of CPAC attendees expressing vaccine skepticism to hearty applause. In one clip, Covid-19 vaccine skeptic Alex Berenson received applause when he said the government has tried to “sucker” the vast majority of Americans into getting the vaccines, “and it isn’t happening.” The CNN host then played footage of Trump speaking at the same conference and receiving applause after saying, “We produced three vaccines to end the pandemic in record time.” Cuomo then explained he couldn’t understand why Trump wasn’t more loudly promoting the vaccine and encouraging people to get it: They cheer Trump saying, “Hey, I got you the vaccine. Thank me, ’cause...
    Donald Trump called on Republicans to get rid of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – and revealed he has made up his mind about whether to run for the White house in 2024. Speaking with Sean Hannity at a Fox News town hall in Edinburg, Texas – near the U.S.-Mexico border – on Wednesday, the former president said, 'Well we need better leadership in the Senate level. You need better leadership. We need someone better than Mitch McConnell. Mitch McConnell could no longer do the job.' Trump appeared on the Hannity-hosted town hall after going on a tour of the unfinished border wall with Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Much of his discussion with Hannity revolved around border security and how his plans are changing under President Joe Biden. Trump blamed Biden and what he called liberal RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) for the recent surge in border crossings. Hannity pointed out how Democrats want to grant amnesty to undocumented immigrants, but claimed that some Republicans want illegal immigration for cheap labor. Donald Trump recently slammed Senate Minority Leader Mitch...
    Here’s why Boeing’s stock will soar Is Crypto Mainstream Now? Over 4/10 Investors Report Putting Money Into Cryptocurrency The Azzurri survived an extra-time scare from Austria in the Euros' last 16, and while that may alter the perception about them, they've also met yet another challenge. View the original article to see embedded media.Italy's unbeaten streak goes on and Italy's quest at Euro 2020 goes on, though not by much. This was by far the hardest challenge Italy has faced, but, yet again, when it was asked a question, it found an answer. Progress through the group had been serene. Italy had played with fluency and verve. Saturday, in a 2–1, extra-time win over Austria in London's Wembley Stadium, it got through thanks to resilience, character, a stunning finish from Federico Chiesa and some late resistance. Chiesa, whose father, Enrico, scored at Euro 1996, had only come on as an 84th-minute substitute, but, when Leonardo Spinazzola’s cross reached him at the back post five minutes into extra time, he controlled the ball on his chest, turned back inside Martin Hinteregger...