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    Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) appeared on Monday’s Hannity to discuss his decision to bus undocumented migrants to Washington, D.C. He even threatened to send migrants to President Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware. So far, six buses have arrived in the nation’s capital. The Texas governor told Sean Hannity the situation at the southern border is “an atrocity.” “We have a president of the United States that is not securing the border,” Abbott. “And he’s violating laws passed by Congress to secure the border. Then on top of that, we have a president who is turning a blind eye to a security-based issue by allowing people on the terrorist watch lists to come into the United States of America.” In 2021, U.S. Border Patrol encountered 23 individuals whose names matched those in the Terrorist Screening Database. He added that a seventh bus is on its way from Texas to Washington, D.C. “This bussing process is gonna continue,” he declared. “I want you and the audience to know exactly why we’re doing what we’re doing. The Biden administration, they were dropping...
    ST. CLOUD, Minn. (WCCO) — A former college student says she’s using the worst experience of her life to help others. In October of 2020, Megan Conrads was kidnapped by three men while walking in downtown St. Cloud. She was sexually assaulted multiple times before she escaped. READ MORE: What's The Tallest Building In Minnesota?As a student at St. Cloud State University, Megan enjoyed school, sports and spending time with people she loves. “I lived with some of my really best friends. I loved it. I mean, I loved being with my friends all the time,” Megan said. On the night of October 18, 2020, she was walking downtown to meet her friends, when the unthinkable happened. Out of nowhere, three men forced her into a car and began driving away. “They’re pouring Hennessey down my throat, forcing it down my throat and at the time I’m like, ‘I’m not drinking it.’ They’re like, ‘You’re drinking it. You’re doing what we say. We have a gun and we will kill you if you don’t do what we say,’” she said....
    (CNN)Known locally as "The G," the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is a sporting Australian shrine. It's a place where legends are created, hearts broken, and stories that inspire entire nations are born. On Wednesday, tens of thousands of fans gathered at the MCG to mark another historic moment, this time to say goodbye to "Spin King" Shane Warne -- one of the greatest Australian players ever to take the field -- at the state memorial service for the cricket great.The 52-year-old's sudden death from a suspected heart attack in Thailand earlier this month sent shockwaves around the world, prompting tributes from family, friends, and household names like Hugh Jackman, Ed Sheeran, and Mick Jagger. Obituary: Shane Warne was crickets great showman and entertainerWarne is survived by his three children, daughters Brooke and Summer, and son Jackson, all of whom gave heartfelt speeches Wednesday, amid a sea of blonde wigs and signs paying homage to the cricketer.Standing on stage at the MCG, Shane's father Keith spoke first on behalf of the family, describing his son's passing on March 4 as "the...
    Getty Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski celebrating a Super Bowl LV win in 2021. Tom Brady has only been un-retired for a little more than a week and the star quarterback is already sparking rumors about a potential new addition to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady took to Twitter to post an old workout video with his favorite Patriots receiver Julian Edelman. “Still the best way to get some cardio in… @Edelman11,” Brady tweeted on March 21. Within a few hours after posting, the viral video had already topped two million views. Edelman retired after the 2020 season but that has not quieted speculation about the former star receiver joining his old Patriots teammates in Florida. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness The wideout has repeatedly shot down the notion that he plans to play for the Buccaneers. That did not stop Rob Gronkowski from igniting the rumors even more by reposting the video with a question. “Is @Edelman11 making a comeback?? I...
    "Putin will go far as far as we let him go," said Ivan Sukhovii said.Born in Smila, Ukraine, Sukhovii now lives in Buena Park. In an interview with ABC7, he said Ukraine needs more military help from the United States and thinks economic sanctions will not help in the war as quickly as a military intervention would."Yes, it might affect them in the one to two years. Javelin can stop them right now," referring to anti-tank weapons. "Missiles can stop them right now. Money and sanctions can't stop Putin right now. I think the sanctions, for Putin, are just mosquito bites."Ivan is the only member of his family not living in Ukraine, his mother and little sister are refugees in Poland while his father is in Kyiv to defend the capital from the Russian invasion, Ivan's father sent him a picture of a mistake that landed in the middle of a plaza in Kyiv."He doesn't have military experience, just feel proud," said Sukhovii. "I think it's a normal thing someone trying to kill your family, what are you gonna do?"Ivan...
    In the sea of anti-trans, hateful legislation coming from Republicans, it becomes all too easy to miss bills that aren’t getting the same mainstream media attention. One example comes to us out of Idaho, where the House State Affairs Committee recently approved House Bill 675, as reported by LGBTQ+ outlet them. The bill aims to add gender-affirming health care to an existing law that bans female genital mutilation, and would make it a felony for physicians to provide puberty blockers and hormones to people under 18. (It would also ban gender-affirming surgery on people under 18, but that is not generally done, anyway.) Republican state Rep. Bruce Skaug sponsored the bill. In speaking to Boise State Public Radio, Skaug compared gender-affirming health care to a number of dangerous decisions, like getting a tattoo, drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes. “Why would we allow them to go through these physical mutilations because of their feelings at the time,” he said. Mind you, actual physicians and medical experts have long agreed gender-affirming health care is life-saving care. He is wrong, but sadly, he...
    WEST COVINA, Calif. (KABC) -- Donald Villa lives and breathes Rams football, and when the team beat the Cincinnati Bengals for a spot in the Super Bowl, you can bet he was yelling louder than anyone else."It's been going on forever, since I was a kid," said Villa. "Even in grade school, I was always a Rams fan. There's a lot of people that I went to grade school with that remember that I was always a Rams fan."Dressed in head to toe Rams gear - including a customized jersey - Villa said the team has helped him through some tough times. Including one of the toughest he's ever endured.Villa was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016 and is now cancer free. He said even during those dark days, his team spirit shined through.On his last day of chemotherapy, he left the hospital in Rams gear.READ ALSO | San Pedro man with muscular dystrophy honors person who made him a die-hard Rams fan: his brotherEMBED More News Videos A die-hard Rams fan with muscular dystrophy is honoring the person who...
    Vaccinating in Kentucky. Bob should've gotten his. This series documents stories from the Herman Cain Awards subreddit, tracking the COVID mis- and disinformation on Facebook that is leading to so many deaths. Today’s cautionary tale took out his mother on his way out the door. Meet Bob. Bob lived in Kentucky, posted mostly about Kentucky sports, Cincinnati Bengals, Kyle Rittenhouse, how much he hated LeBron James for being “racist,” and shit like this:  He was exactly what you’d expect out of Mitch McConnell’s home state, including serious substance abuse issues. He couldn’t have been much older than 30, and he didn’t like vaccines.  Not gonna lie, I kinda chuckled, because this is the best example of right-wing projection I’ve ever seen. Not even a year later, it’s conservatives literally doing this. I mean, “My body, my choice” sign? Swap out “corona virus is racist” with “Don’t take away my right to die of Coronavirus” and we’re pretty much on point.  Kinda seems like this one peaked already, huh? Bill Mitchell! I was wondering where he went, and was pleased to see that he’s been...
    A RANGERS-MAD model has revealed she gets approached by Celtic fans begging her to humiliate them to satisfy their 'odd fetish'. Melanie Collett, 20, is an Ibrox regular and has never been quiet in sharing her love for the Scottish Premiership champions. 5Rangers-mad model Melanie Collett, 20, reveals she is often asked by Celtic fans to humiliate them 5The Rangers fans reveals football has help boost her OnlyFans subscriber count 5Melanie gave up her £6-an-hour job at McDonald's to make up to £1,500 a day on OnlyFans The Edinburgh-based beauty can now make up to £1,500 per day with her OnlyFans page. Having given up her £6-an-hour job at McDonald's the model is now raking in the cash with personalised videos 'abusing' rival fans at their own request. Melanie - whose boyfriend convinced her to set up her OnlyFans page - credits football for catapulting her to fame north of the border. Stunner Melanie told The Sun: “Football has definitely helped [my OnlyFans following]. "It doesn’t only attract Rangers fans, but also Celtic fans because I feel like they think...
    Two years after it first premiered, Cheer is finally returning to Netflix in January with its sophomore season.  A new trailer shows coach Monica Aldama ready to lead her cheer squad to another national championship and reintroduces their rivals from nearby Trinity Valley Community College.  Season two of the docuseries which follows Aldama and the cheerleaders at Navarro College in Texas will address the bombshell child pornography charges against last season's star Jerry Harris. Cheer: The hit Netflix docuseries Cheer will return for season two in January and in an all-new trailer released Tuesday it was revealed that the show will address the arrest of star Jerry Harris for child pornography The trailer begins with some familiar Navarro faces like Gabi Butler, Lexi Brumback, Morgan Simianer and La'Darius Marshall gearing up for their national competition.  However, things quickly take a darker turn when the teaser addresses the controversial arrest of season one's fan favorite, Jerry Harris, who was indicted on child pornography charges.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Magic Johnson admits he is 'not looking forward'...
    DeSantis also proposed stiff financial penalties for private companies that worked alongside the federal government to bring said illegal immigrants into the state. “Any private agency that brought illegal immigrants into the state will owe the state restitution,” DeSantis said in the remarks. A portion of the proposed budget states: The Freedom First Budget includes $8 million to implement a program to assist the state’s efforts to protect against harms resulting from illegal immigration, and may include the transport of unauthorized aliens located within the state to other states within the United States of America, or the District of Columbia.The Miami Herald reported on Friday that it remains unclear how DeSantis’ proposal would work. The proposal awaits action from the Florida legislature, which is on hiatus until January. The legislature would need to approve the funding as well as the details. During a Friday press conference in Jacksonville, DeSantis said, “You’re having 200,000 people illegally enter every month. That’s a medium-sized American city every month coming in illegally.”
    A DEVASTATING burst of radiation that erupted from a star 100 light-years away has got scientists worried. Experts say a similar solar storm fired in our direction from the sun would have sent mankind back to the Dark Ages. 1Solar storms are a big worry for astronomersCredit: Alamy It would fry satellites in orbit and crash power grids serving entire cities – causing widespread blackouts and knocking out phone networks. According to a study published this week, a stellar eruption was spotted by researchers for the first time in a nearby stellar system. The star it emerged from is named EK Draconis - Latin for "dragon". It lies in the constellation of Draco in the far northern sky. Astronomers described the spectacular fireworks show as "troubling" – warning a similar event could hit Earth within the next century. Known as a CME (corona mass ejection), the sun shoots out such eruptions on a regular basis. They are made up of clouds of extremely-hot particles, or plasma, that hurtle through space at millions of miles an hour. Most read in ScienceROCKY...
    YOU might think you have the most well-behaved child in the world - but trust us, that doesn't mean you're safe from the terrible teenage years. But while screaming matches and door-slamming are something we were ALL guilty of at one point, our hearts are going out to this distressed mum who has really hit rock bottom with her daughter. 2The mum is considering sending her daughter to boarding school as a result of her bad behaviourCredit: Getty Earlier this year, the anonymous parent wrote into Kidspot.au's parenting columnist Laura Mazza and admitted that her love for her teen was "turning to hate". She wrote: "Our 14-year-old daughter has turned into that horrible teenager we all read about and dread. "We put up with her backchat, rudeness and laziness to name a few. She is extremely horrible to us as her parents but even her younger brother. "Recently the situation has gotten worse to the point she has told her brother she wishes he was dead and how she wishes she was an only child." FABULOUS BINGO: GET...
    Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R- IL) said Friday the indictment of Steve Bannon should send a “chilling message” to anyone else thinking about defying the January 6 committee. Bannon was indicted for contempt of Congress after defying the committee’s subpoena. This is the first indictment of an individual who has defied the committee, and it came hours after Mark Meadows similarly refused to show up at his deposition. Kinzinger told Jake Tapper the Bannon indictment is “great news” because “it sends an important message to future invited witnesses”: You cannot ignore Congress. The reality is you may not like it. You may not like the investigation. You may think nothing wrong was done, but you’re not going to be able to avoid it, and that is important for the people of the United States to be able to have their voice heard, to be able to get answers through Congress. This is certainly a good thing, and I hope it sends a chilling message to anybody else that was going to follow through like this. At one point Tapper asked if...
    SELF-CONFESSED cougar, Jess, 43, loves younger men so much that she is keen on splashing lavishing them with gifts and cash. Jess who says she has an age-specific kink, also brands herself a ‘men’s mental health advocate’ on her TikTok account, has been with her ‘cub’ Alex, 22 for a few years. 4Jess. 43. says she has an age-specific kink'Credit: TIKTOK 4Alex, 22, is an ex-marine who loves getting spoiled by JessCredit: TIKTOK “It’s not like I pay his rent or anything like that but I do Venmo him money. I fly him first-class when we are going out of town together. He has an Amazon wish-list and I will fulfil that for him.” Alex is now waiting for Jess to buy him a Toyota Hilux. “I don’t enter into relationships with the intent of being a sugar mama” Jess says, “but I do date my cubs and have on-going have relationships with them and I spoil them...that’s just my way of showing them I love them.” Alex, 22 reveals the one move that landed him an older woman and...
    Virginia mother and education activist Asra Nomani joined "The Ingraham Angle" Tuesday from Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin's campaign headquarters ahead of the final vote count.   VIRGINIA GOVERNOR RACE: SEE THE ELECTION MAP ASRA NOMANI: This is unbelievable. You don't even know how electric it is right now in this room.  What the parents of Virginia have done is send a clear message to every single person who has treated us like dirt. They are all here, all of the moms and dads. We are mama bears and papa bears and we have said loud and clear: Get your hands off of our cubs. You are going to lose more races if you continue to treat us like dirt and we have risen. We are loud and we are strong  And we are saying very clearly, we are not going to allow you to claim our babies. None of this nonsense is going to be acceptable anymore.  WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW BELOW:  Video This article was written by Fox News staff.
    Dear Amy: Please help to settle a debate I am having with my wife. With the holidays fast approaching and large family meals on the horizon, I say it is OK to arrive at these meals with our own containers for leftovers. I feel it is helpful to the host, who would like to send food home with the guests. My wife believes it is inconsiderate. What is your opinion? – Looking for Leftovers Related Articles Ask Amy: I don’t want my husband using my name anymore when he does this Ask Amy: It makes me sick to think that my best friend violated my privacy Ask Amy: I know I sound delusional, but I’ve decided to sever all my friendships Ask Amy: As the senior neighbor on the street, I should have been told about the death Ask Amy: Why are these random people grooming me? Dear Looking: Greeting your host with your Gladware out and at the ready is definitely gauche. Not all hosts want to send leftovers...
    Getty LeBron James and Anthony Davis are eager for Russell Westbrook to find his footing with the Lakers. Russell Westbrook did not have the kind of Los Angeles Lakers debut he had hoped, but his teammates are doing their best to encourage the team’s new point guard. Westbrook posted eight points, five rebounds and four assists while shooting just 30.8% from the floor in the Lakers’ loss to the Warriors. LeBron James noted that Westbrook is “so hard on himself” and his best advice for the star was to go home and find something funny on Netflix. “I told Russ to go home and watch a comedy, somebody could put a smile on his face,” James told reporters during his October 21 press conference. “[He’s] so hard on himself, I told him, don’t be so hard on yourself, it’s one game. I understand that you [are a] competitor, we all competitors and we all feel like [that] when we don’t play well or play [to our] ability, so I completely understand that as well. But I just...
    Joe Biden's pick to head Customs and Border Patrol refused on Tuesday to call the situation at the southern border a crisis as Senator Ted Cruz proposed legislation that would bring the crisis to where 'Democrat elites host their cocktail parties' – like Martha's Vineyard. During a Senate confirmation hearing, Republican Senator Todd Young said to Biden's pick Chris Magnus: 'I'd like to start off with a yes or no question. Do you believe we have a crisis at the southern border – yes or no?' 'I'm not sure – does it really matter whether we call it a major challenge, a crisis, a big problem?' Magnus countered. 'I think it speaks to a level of urgency and seriousness of purpose and understanding of the gravity of the situation,' the Indiana senator pushed back. 'Presumably one would answer the call to serve in this position because you understand the importance at this moment in history of being commissioner of CBP.' Young then reiterated his question: 'So, do we have a crisis at the border – yes or no?' 'Let me...
    A Buddhist juror serving in Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial was dismissed Wednesday after telling the judge that if Holmes were found guilty and sent to prison for a 'long, long time' she would 'feel like it's my fault'. Juror No 4 told Judge Edward Davila in US District Court in San Jose that as a Buddhist, she believes in love and forgiveness. 'I’m thinking of all the time she’ll be in jail,' the juror - identified only as a dark-haired woman in a surgical mask and green floral blouse - told Davila, according to The Mercury News. She added: 'It's very hard for me. I'm thinking what happens if she has to be in there for a long long time and I’m out here. I’ll feel like it’s my fault.' According to The Mercury News, Davila explained to the woman that she cannot consider punishment when making decisions about a defendant. A Buddhist juror serving in disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' (pictured) fraud trial has been dismissed after telling the judge that if Holmes were found guilty and sent to...