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    Amazon founder Jeff Bezos kept up his attacks on the Biden administration on Monday, hitting back to accuse it of using distraction tactics after officials said he opposed its economic agenda because it would mean he paid more tax. It came a day after the world's second richest man said inflation would be even worse if President Joe Biden had got his way and pushed through trillions of dollars more in public spending.  A White House spokesman said it was not surprising that one of the world's richest individuals might object to an economic plan that raised taxes on the super wealthy. The result was another Twitter attack from Bezos, as he repeated his criticism of Biden's huge Build Back Better spending plans.  'Look, a squirrel! This is the White House's statement about my recent tweets,' said Bezos, above a posting of a spokesman's comments. 'They understandably want to muddy the topic. They know inflation hurts the neediest the most.  'But unions aren't causing inflation and neither are wealthy people. Remember the administration tried their best to add another $3.5...
    Hong Kong (CNN)Hazmat suit-clad workers spraying clouds of disinfectant over city streets, building fronts, park benches and even parcels have become an everyday scene in pandemic-era China.In Shanghai, the epicenter of the country's largest outbreak, state media report that thousands of workers have been organized into teams to disinfect areas, with a focus on those known to have hosted Covid patients -- a move the government sees as key to curbing the spread of the Omicron variant.But the practice often extends much further. Seemingly any outdoor area is at risk of being targeted by workers wielding leaf-blower-style disinfectant machines, as China's rigorous "zero-Covid" policy drives an obsession with sanitizing everything. Flying into Beijing is tougher than ever as China ramps up its zero-Covid measuresIn Shanghai, fire fighters have been plucked from their duties to take up roles as disinfectors, a local youth league has recruited volunteers for disinfection squads, and emergency rescue teams from far-flung parts of China have been enlisted in the drive -- often strapping on heavy equipment and full hazmat.In some Shanghai neighborhoods, special chemical producing stations...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Crews continued to work on repairing a water main break that cause major flooding. The 100-year-old pipe burst at 45th Avenue and Perry Street early Sunday morning. (credit: CBS) Standing water was so deep in some areas that vehicles were nearly submerged. The entire neighborhood continues to clean up Monday morning, a day after the break happened. The break caused flooding that impacted eight blocks, and forced some families out of their homes. (credit: CBS) Copter4 flew over the neighborhood on Monday morning, which showed several cars parked on streets covered in mud. There were also Denver Water crews working on repairs and a big hole in the street. Denver Water said the break happened on a large 24-inch pipe. It took crews a while to shut off the water, which finally happened around 11 a.m. Sunday. Water was also shut off at Regis University campus. (credit: CBS) Restoration experts will be assessing the damage to the roads and homes. Those homes impacted by the break will be without water until the...
    Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is recalling five batches of its hypertension drug Accupril after it was found to contain chemicals that can cause cancer.  The recall comes after research found that batches of the drug contained increased levels of a cancer-causing agent, nitrosamine. It was announced on March 22 and involves five batches of pills, each containing 90 bottles. Pfizer says those bottles may have been split into smaller prescriptions, and has urged any doctor or pharmacist who dealt with the shipments in question to contact them immediately.   The drugs were distributed in the United States and Puerto Rico between December 2019 and April 2022, a Pfizer news release said.  In the statement, Pfizer described the recall as 'voluntary.'  A statement from Pfizer described the recall as 'voluntary'  Accupril works by widening the blood vessels allowing blood to travel more freely and for the heart to work more efficiently  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Health chiefs stick to 'reckless' decision to scrap free flu... Unvaccinated Red Sox players will be banned from upcoming... ...
    A New Hampshire mother has been indicted on charges of murdering her son, whom she allegedly called "the next Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer" months before his death. Danielle Dauphinais, 35, has been indicted on one count of first-degree murder for "purposely causing the death" of her son, Elijah Lewis, 5; one count of second-degree murder for causing his death "recklessly with extreme indifference to the value of human life"; and three counts of tampering with witnesses, New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella said Monday. Four months prior to his death, Dauphinais allegedly compared her son to two serial killers, writing, "I have to keep him in his room. I can't trust him at all." THREE SAILORS FROM SAME AIRCRAFT CARRIER FOUND DEAD WITHIN A WEEK "I call him the next Ted Bundy and Jeffery Dahmer. It's so sad but I have no connection with this child," Dauphinais wrote to a friend over a text message obtained by the Boston Globe. "He's been getting worse and worse. I want him gone. I can't handle it...
    A new report by Scenic Hudson has found that General Electric's contamination of the Hudson River with polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) will cost more than $11 billion to clean up. The commissioned study, released on Tuesday, April 12, estimates that GE owes $11.4 billion to complete the restoration of the river’s natural resources. The dumping occurred between 1947 and 1977, contaminating a 200-mile stretch of the Hudson from upriver factories to New York Harbor, the report said. PCBs are persistent in the environment and are considered highly toxic to humans and wildlife. The 200-mile stretch of the Hudson River is one of the largest Superfund sites in the nation. The report says additional dredging is necessary to address significant PCB contamination remaining in river sediments that will continue to cause harm to wildlife and communities along the river for many decades if not removed.  The goal of dredging would be the reduction of PCB concentrations in Hudson River fish to levels that would be safe for consumption and accelerate the reduction of risk to other natural resources, the report said. “GE’s...
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — Jefferson County authorities arrested a 33-year-old Golden man Friday afternoon and jailed him on eight charges accusing him of igniting several arson fires in the area. One of the fires which Ryan Lee Martin is accused of starting caused an estimated $2 million in damage. That fire occurred in the early morning hours of November 15, 2021, and destroyed several townhomes that were under construction at the intersection of 20th Avenue and Youngfield Street. Crews still working on hotspots at apartment construction site near 20th & Youngfield. Fire gutted at least 3 units in one building. Damage to second building. Cause under investigation. pic.twitter.com/ibkhFYKiPR — WestMetroFire (@WestMetroFire) November 15, 2021 Martin faces three felony and three misdemeanor arson charges, along with two felony counts of criminal mischief. According to online court records, Martin’s bond has been set at $100,000 and he is scheduled to be advised of the charges Saturday afternoon. (credit: West Metro Fire Rescue/Facebook) His arrest comes during an investigation conducted jointly by West Metro Fire Rescue, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office...
    The first group of migrants bussed in from Texas have arrived at the nation's Capitol after Gov. Abbott's new immigration plan to fight back at what he says is the federal government's lax border policies.  The Republican governor announced last week that he would direct the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to charter busses to send migrants released from federal custody into Texas to Washington, D.C.  The first bus pulled up around 8 a.m. on Wednesday just blocks away from the Capitol building, in front of the building that houses Fox News, NBC and C-SPAN. The migrants had come from the Del Rio sector in Texas and had traveled to the U.S. border from Colombia, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. After the bus arrived, migrants disembarked one by one, checked in with officials who cut off wrist bands whey were wearing and were told they could go, according to Fox News Digital.  A second bus is currently en route to Washington, the governor's office said in a press release.   Some had predicted that the governor was bluffing, and the legality of...
    Major storms pummeled parts of the West and Central U.S. with tornadoes, record-breaking sized hail and historic blizzard conditions, causing widespread damage, thousands of power outages, and leaving dozens of people injured. Tornado watches and warning remained in effect for northern Iowa, a section of central Texas and parts of Louisiana Tuesday night as the dangerous storm system is expected to continue through Thursday.  The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center has issued level 4 out of 5 'moderate risk' of severe weather and for a large part of the Mississippi Valley on Wednesday, citing 'the potential for strong tornadoes and very large hail,' the Washington Post reported.  Several tornadoes touched down in Central Texas and Iowa Tuesday, causing widespread damage, the National Weather Service reported. Scroll for video  A tornado touches down in Iowa Tuesday. Watches and warnings remained in effect for northern Iowa, a section of central Texas and parts of Louisiana into Wednesday as the dangerous storm system is expected to continue The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center issued level 4 out of 5 'moderate...
    A MAJOR snowstorm is expected to hit central America this week, bringing up to three feet of snow with blizzard-like conditions causing travel chaos for millions. Frigid temperatures from Canada are forecast to slam through portions of Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. 4A massive snowstorm is expected to batter through central America this weekCredit: AP 4About three inches of snow is expected across the affected regionCredit: Accuweather 4Experts are warning drivers to anticipate heavy travel delays as the storm moves acrossCredit: Getty The latest forecast suggests the storm may result in a five-day stretch, resulting in severe weather conditions, including heavy rain, flooding, damaging winds, thunderstorms, and heavy snowfall. The late-season snowstorm may bring up to a foot or more of snow in a few areas, with possible blizzard conditions. The storm is expected to emerge from the Rockies and maneuver across the Plains by Tuesday, dumping snow across Wyoming and the Colorado Rockies. Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Minnesota are forecast to be hit by Tuesday night. Read more weather newsDRIVING WINDS...
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — An Australian was sentenced Friday to five and a half years in jail for killing a Singaporean man and injuring his wife by hurling a wine bottle, with the court saying the man’s actions reflected religious hostility toward Muslims. Andrew Gosling threw an empty wine bottle at a dinner gathering of ethnic Malay Muslims two floors below his apartment in August 2019, hitting Nasiari Sunee on the head. The bottle ricocheted and struck his wife on the shoulder. Nasiari, a 73-year-old delivery driver, suffered severe head injuries and died the next morning. Gosling pleaded guilty in February to two charges of causing death and injury. Judge Victor Yeo Khee Eng said Gosling displayed a “high degree of rashness” and disregarded the group’s safety when he threw the bottle. His inebriation may have impaired his judgment but not to the extent of causing an unsound mind, the judge said. Gosling shouted religiously charged vulgarities after throwing the bottle, and the prosecution his actions demonstrated religious hostility. The judge agreed and said tolerating criminal acts...
    ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown was accused of causing a car crash that left the other driver with a “deformed” leg and “spinal pain.” The accident came just months before Bear, 34, was arrested on March 11, 2022 for domestic violence assault. 5Bear Brown was accused of causing a car accident that left his brother and another driver injuredCredit: Bear Brown/Instagram 5Noah was teaching Bear how to drive before the accident occuredCredit: Noah D. Brown/Instagram In the incident report exclusively obtained by The Sun, Bear was driving a red 2015 Jetta Volkswagen on May 25, 2021 when he ran through a stop sign and collided into a silver SUV.  The officer noted the car Bear was driving had “severe front end damage.”   The cop spoke with Bear’s brother Noah, who was in the passenger seat.  The report read: “Noah stated he thinks he was ok and stated and knee was busted up.” Read more on Alaskan Bush PeopleSHOCK CLAIMS Alaskan Bush People's Bear 'pushed' & 'scratched' alleged victim before arrestBUSH BUST Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown ARRESTED on domestic violence...
    BEIJING (AP) — State media report Chinese airliner with 133 aboard crashes in southern province of Guangxi causing fire on mountainside. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    LINO LAKES, Minn. (WCCO) — A crash with serious injuries is causing a big traffic backup on Interstate 35W in Lino Lakes Thursday morning. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the crash occurred on the southbound lanes of the interstate near County Road 14. “Expect delays and find an alternative route,” the state patrol said. (credit: MnDOT) The crash is being investigated.
    Getty Images Joe Gorga may be unhappy with his niece's RHONJ salary. Joe Gorga and his niece Gia Giudice have had their fair share of ups and downs over the years, and, now that Gia is an adult, some of their discussions have become more heated. Gia is very close to her Zio Joe, who is also her godfather. However, she has butt heads with him quite a bit because of the things that Joe has said about Gia’s father, Joe Giudice. On the first episode of season 12 of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” fans watched as Joe and Gia got into an argument when Gia confronted her uncle about some of the comments that he’s made. “It’s a whole thing though. People get hurt and people get offended by things that other people say. But this is why people shouldn’t open their mouth in the first place. Just like dad didn’t deserve it either,” Gia said, according to People magazine. After Joe invited Gia to let everything out, she added, “I’m done with you being...
    THIS is the chilling moment an "insane" solicitor injected food at Sainsbury's with his own BLOOD in a £500,000 rampage. Leoaai Elghareeb, 37, wandered into two other stores on Fulham Palace Road in London with a bucketful of hypodermic needles as he jabbed at products including Chicken Tikka Fillets. 3Leoaai Elghareeb jabbed at products in Sainsbury's including Chicken Tikka FilletsCredit: Central News The solicitor also threw a syringe at a doctor but luckily it bounced off her causing no injuries. The three supermarkets - Sainsbury's Local, Tesco Express and Little Waitrose - had to throw away all their products as a precaution, causing nearly £500,000 in losses. There is no dispute Elghareeb carried out the offences and his defence is that he was, in the legal sense, insane at the time he carried out those acts. He denied three counts of contaminating goods and two counts of assault and a jury at Isleworth Crown Court was sent out earlier today to consider its verdicts by Judge Alistair Hammerton. Elghareeb targeted Waitrose, Sainsbury's and then Tesco during the evening of 25...
    LAKE COUNTY, Ill. (WLS) -- A school bus driver has been charged with a felony DUI after allegedly causing a crash while children were inside the vehicle, the Lake County Sheriff's Office said.The crash happened at Cuba Road and Ela Road in Deer Park on Feb. 17 at approximately 4:20 p.m. The school bus was transporting students home from Barrington School District 220's Prairie Middle School.Sheriff's deputies arrived and verified none of the students onboard the bus were injured, nor was the driver, 61-year-old James Dolan.Dolan was traveling northbound on Ela Road and made a left turn onto westbound Cuba Road, police said. Dolan failed to yield to oncoming traffic and made the turn in front of a southbound 2015 Chevrolet Traverse, driven by a 58-year-old Carpentersville man. The driver of the Traverse was unable to stop on the snow-covered road and struck the school bus.Sheriff's deputies at the scene detected signs that Dolan was impaired by alcohol. Further investigation revealed Dolan had more than twice the legal limit of alcohol in his system."It is absolutely shameful that a professional...
    BOURNEMOUTH'S clash with Nottingham Forest has been called off just hours before kick-off due to Storm Eunice - sparking a major row. The two clubs were set to go head to head in the Championship at the Vitality Stadium at 7.45pm on Friday. 1Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest has been called off just hours before kick off due to Storm Eunice, leaving the visitors 'furious'Credit: PA:Press Association But as winds of up to 78mph battered the south of England, the Cherries were forced to postpone the tie. And Forest officials said to be 'furious', according to The Telegraph. With just hours to go before kick off, the Midlands side were already in Bournemouth having travelled down on Thursday night. Forest are claimed to have suggested the match go ahead on Saturday morning, with Cherries bosses rejecting the offer. Reporter John Percy tweeted: "Bournemouth v Forest OFF. "Forest understood to be furious after travelling down last night. Most read in SportHORROR FALL Stafford to pay medical expenses for NFL photographer who fell off stagePOWER COUPLE Patrick Mahomes defends fiancée Brittany Matthews after...
    BRITAIN’S sporting calendar is being wrecked as Storm Eunice pummels venues around the country. The nation is currently being battered by winds of over 120mph as the Met Office issued TWO red weather warnings and told millions to stay indoors. 1Exeter City said they were worried about the 'integrity' of St James' ParktCredit: Rex And the first of the fixture list casualties have started to roll in as the brutal weather took its toll on the sporting schedule. Exeter's League Two clash against Barrow set to take place on Saturday has already been axed . Rugby union and racing have also been affected by one of the worst storms to hit the UK in a generation. Dunfermline's cinch Championship clash against Partick Thistle on Friday night was also postponed, along with the United Rugby Championship match between Cardiff and Zebre. Race meetings at Fakenham, Lingfield and Southwell were all called off, with the Met Office issuing the rare red warnings ahead of potentially record-breaking gusts in exposed areas. The footy cancellations come as Premier League clubs sweat over their travel...
    SPANISH football is in mourning after a fan was killed by a falling floodlight. Yesterday's fifth-tier match between SD Lenense and Lealtad de Villaviciosa was suspended in the 80th minute after a floodlight fell onto the 3,000 capacity stadium. 1SD Lenense play at the 3,000 capacity Estadio El Soton Spectator Jose Manuel Fernandez Suarez, 66, tragically suffered fatal injuries, despite efforts to revive him. Another supporter was hospitalised with a head injury, although there have been no further updates on their condition. Two players, a doctor and nurse, that had been playing in the game rushed to try and help. Eyewitnesses claimed that the 100ft tall floodlight suddenly 'completely bent' - causing a tragic crush. SD Lenense have since confirmed that a full investigation will be launched into the incident. Reports so far claim that in strong winds, an advertising board blew into the floodlight, causing damage that led to it falling. Most read in Premier LeagueHERE COMES THE MONEY Surprise $1,200 check may be coming as extra $1,000 boosts availableGAME TAKEDOWN Super Bowl security TACKLES man who runs across...