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    A woman was killed after being stabbed to death inside her New York City apartment. It happened in the early hours of Sunday morning in residential building in Chinatown. The 35-year-old woman could be seen on surveillance video walking into her home on Chrystie Street. Surveillance footage seen by the New York Post sees the suspect entering behind the victim as she opens the front door and walks into the hallway.  The 35-year-old woman could be seen on surveillance video walking into her home at 111 Chrystie Street early on Sunday morning Minutes later, at 4:30am, piercing screams could be heard coming from the the victim's apartment as the woman was brutally stabbed.  The woman, who has yet to be identified publicly, was found in her bathtub 'bleeding from multiple wounds to the body'. He her alleged killer, Assamad Nash, 25, was still in the apartment and found hiding underneath a bed, covered in blood.
    DO you know how many previous partners your man has had? The average number of sexual partners men have across the globe has been revealed in a new study. 2British men came up as having nearly ten partners in their own lifetimeCredit: Getty The data discovered that UK men are NOT the sleaziest in the world, which may come as a surprise for some of us. The research carried out by Manual - a men’s mental health platform, found that British men have sex with 9.8 partners on average, across their lifetime. This put them in 16th place for the number of sexual partners in the study of 35 countries. Top of the list was Turkey, with 14.5, followed by Australia with 13.3. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Next was New Zealand with 13.2, while Iceland and South Africa rounded out the top five with 13 and 12.5 partners during their lives. At the bottom end of the scale in 30th place was Poland with 6, while Malaysia and Germany both had 5.8 partners. They were followed by...
    The founder of Reopen California Schools, Jonathan Zachreson, said that it's "astounding" that a total of 92,455 in-person school days in Los Angeles County were lost during a period of just over a month in the fall due to quarantine measures and that it all "could have been avoided" had school officials not tried to take public health into their own hands. The CDC released an evaluation of different quarantine measures used by schools in Los Angeles County on Friday, and revealed that massive numbers of students were able to stay in school due to a strategy called "Test to Stay." According to the evaluation, the "Test to Stay" strategy allows unvaccinated students who are exposed to someone infected by the coronavirus to stay in school, as long as they properly wear a mask and undergo two coronavirus tests per week. The exposed student also must remain asymptomatic. Schools that did not use the "Test to Stay" strategy, according to the study, lost a total of 92,455 in-person school days during the Sept. 20 through Oct. 31 period when students...
    BOSTON (CBS) — There has been a ton of movement in the standings for Eastern Conference teams in Major League Soccer this year … for everybody except the New England Revolution. After a draw in Chicago to open the season back in mid-April and a loss in their fourth match of the year in early May, the Revs have been dominant. They’ve already set a franchise record for wins with 19, and with six matches left on the schedule, they’ll surely be adding to that total. It’s been a steady, consistent run for Bruce Arena’s team this year, and everyone who followed the team knows it. For anyone who hasn’t followed closely, MLS released a comical graphic that sums up just how dominant the Revolution have been this season: 27 match weeks in. Just a straight line at the top for @NERevolution. ???? pic.twitter.com/o2vNwRRJ8x — Major League Soccer (@MLS) September 28, 2021 It’s hard to beat that consistency. The Revs will try to keep that going on Wednesday night in Montreal, before a two-week break that precedes their final four matches...
    Getty Facebook is now warning users about extremist content. Facebook has added a new warning to its social media service. Some users are noticing a warning popping up on their screen telling them that they “may have been exposed to harmful extremist content recently.”The Message Warns Users They May Have Been Exposed to Extremist Content, But Often Doesn’t Reveal What Prompted the WarningMany Facebook users commenting on a new warning popping up on their screen informing them that they may have been exposed to extremist content. This journalist’s husband was one of the many people who received the warning, which does not add any information about why the warning has been given. Below is a screenshot from the warning. The warning appears to be identical for each person who receives it, according to others who have also been posting about getting the warning. Facebook The warning begins with a headline that reads: “You may have been exposed to harmful extremist content recently.” Then it follows with: “Violent groups try to manipulate your anger and disappointment. You...
    CNN's chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour revealed on Monday she has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.  Amanpour, 63, shared news of her cancer battle at the top of the latest installment of her CNN International show.  'I've had successful major surgery to remove it, and I am now going through several months of chemotherapy for the very best possible longterm prognosis, and I am confident,' the veteran reporter said matter-of-factly into the camera.  Some personal news from me: pic.twitter.com/D5noRnfXfA— Christiane Amanpour (@camanpour) June 14, 2021 CNN's chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour revealed on Monday she has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer Amanpour said she had successful surgery to remove the tumor and was undergoing chemotherapy 'for the very best possible longterm prognosis' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mother of 17-year-old who is battling cancer has a makeshift... Number of pediatric hospital units drops 19% in 10 years... Share this article Share Amanpour, who lives in the UK, said she was fortunate to have health insurance through work and offered...
    A MURDERED PCSO may have been followed for an hour before she was discovered as a local claims she saw a suspicious car near her home. Tragic Julia James, 53, was found with serious head injuries at Akholt Wood in Snowdown, Kent, at 4.08pm last Tuesday. Julia James was murdered an hour after she left her home to walk her dog Toby Police today revealed she had left her home with Jack Russell Toby on her usual dog-walking route an hour before the brutal killing. It had not previously been confirmed when Julia had set off after finishing a shift working from home. The timetable has now sparked fears the mum-of-two could have been followed for an hour before she was pounced on. Kent Police said: "We are keeping an open mind in regards to all possible lines of enquiry.  "This is a live investigation and we continue to carry out enquiries to establish the circumstances. We will not be commenting or speculating on any individual lines of enquiry at this time." 8The PCSO was bludgeoned to death over a week...
    WALKING down the pavement, my heart pounding, I tried to keep my eyes on the floor. A group of men on the opposite side of the street were leering and shouting at me, making hand gestures, exchanging loud comments about my developing breasts. 9Demonstrators seen marching down Whitehall during the March for Women on International Women's Day last yearCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9Women are fighting every day for gender equality. Some are seen here on International Women's Day last yearCredit: Getty Images - Getty I was 14, and it was one of my earliest experiences of street harassment. It was the first time I’d felt really unsafe because I was a girl, but it wouldn’t be the last. I’d go on to be followed home, chased and spat at. A man would later masturbate near me on the bus while he stared intensely into my horrified eyes, grinning. A senior colleague at my first ever holiday temp job would send me inappropriate emails. Eventually, I’d be sexually assaulted a number of times in my twenties. I’d...
    (Reuters) - British authorities have recommended giving as many people as possible a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca right away and following up with a second injection four to 12 weeks later. This is different to the original trial plan. The differences in findings are outlined below. ASTRAZENECA-OXFORD DOSAGE: AstraZeneca's late-stage trial was designed for two injections four weeks apart. But in late-stage trial data published in the Lancet on Dec. 12., the company said most participants had delays in receiving their second shot. The median time between two standard doses in UK volunteers was about 10 weeks, and six weeks in Brazil, it said. EFFICACY: In late-stage trials, two full doses were given to the majority of participants in the UK and Brazil and were shown to be 62% efficacious - but a smaller group of volunteers received by accident half a dose followed by a full dose, and registered 90% efficacy. They were in Britain and under 55 years of age. Many regulators set 50% as the minimum efficacy rate, but...
    BDT Stage has been around since 1977— pretty much the heyday of the dinner theater movement in the United States. In March, the company opened its production of Ragtime; the day after opening night, BDT was forced to shut it down again over COVID-19. This was heartbreaking, says artistic director Michael J. Duran: “It had been very difficult bringing a cast together, and when we did, they were incredible. We had a beautiful, poignant show. I was so proud of it and the entire team. We all hoped that we would be able to get back up after a short time. We had no idea that we would still be doing this seven months later. “This has all been extremely difficult to navigate. How do we stay creative, keep our people working and keep everyone safe — employees and the public? We're faced with tough restrictions by the state and the City of Boulder. We are allowed 50 percent capacity or fifty people, whichever is less. So that limits us to 50 people. Singers have to be 25 feet from...
    ALLEGHENY COUNTY (KDKA) — The alcohol ban on restaurants and bars for on-site consumption isn’t only frustrating for customers. It’s also frustrating for the owners who have been following guidelines from day one. “We spent a ton of money to bring alcohol back in to now have it come to a screeching halt,” said managing partner at Poor Richard’s Public House Connie Scanlon. A screeching halt for Poor Richard’s Public House in Wexford, a business that Scanlon said has been doing all it can to make sure everyone is safe from the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. “Our staffing cleaned, sanitized, taped off, moved everything, measured and where it’s supposed to be here,” said Scanlon. Scanlon said they spaced out the seating at their bar area, have required masks until customers sit at their table, and they even set up a tent outside to make space for extra outdoor dining. RELATED STORIES: ‘The Right Move’: Gov. Tom Wolf Commends Allegheny County’s On-Site Alcohol Consumption Ban ‘For The First Time…Allegheny Co. Led The State In The Number Of...
    Atlanta (CNN)An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect in the arson fire that burned down an Atlanta Wendy's restaurant last week after the police killing of Rayshard Brooks, authorities announced Saturday. An arrest warrant has been issued by Atlanta Fire Investigators for Ms. Natalie White. She has been identified as a suspect in the arson fire that burned down the Wendy's Restaurant (125 University Ave) on Saturday, June 13th. Call 404-577-TIPS or 1-800-282-5804 with any info. pic.twitter.com/Xu6W2hgOi6— Atlanta Fire Rescue (@ATLFireRescue) June 20, 2020 "An arrest warrant has been issued by Atlanta Fire Investigators for Ms. Natalie White," Atlanta Fire and Rescue said in a tweet. "She has been identified as a suspect in the arson fire that burned down the Wendy's Restaurant (125 University Ave) on Saturday, June 13th."The warrant is for first-degree arson, Atlanta Fire Sgt. Cortez Stafford told CNN.Stafford says more suspects could be involved."We take arson very seriously," Stafford said. "Someone could have been injured or killed."
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