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    Left-leaning news outlets ignored the lengthy criminal history of Brianna Kupfer's alleged killer in their coverage - and even omitted his mugshot from their homepages.  Reports by liberal giants - including the Los Angeles Times, ABC News and CNN - inexplicably left out details about Shawn Laval Smith's violent past. A picture of his face was also left off online landing pages after cops released his mugshots in hopes the public might help find him. The LA Times in its article made no mention of Smith's previous arrests, or the fact he was free during the stabbing on a $1,000 bond related to a Los Angeles County misdemeanor in October 2020.   Smith is also free on a $50,000 bond in Charleston, South Carolina related to a November 2019 arrest on suspicion of firing a weapon into an occupied vehicle, court records show. An indictment in that case was handed down on March 16, 2020, just before COVID-19 paralyzed the courts, and the docket shows no further action on the case. Kupfer, 24, was killed last Thursday during a solo shift at the...
    JAVIER HERNANDEZ has rung in the new year by welcoming a new girlfriend into his life. The former Manchester United star had been married to ex-wife Sarah Kohan, who he shares two children with. 4McPherson has been dating Hernandez since just before Christmas 4McPherson is a model and has 19,000 followers on Instagram The pair broke things off in 2021 after getting together back in 2018. But Hernandez has moved on and is now with brunette stunner Nicole McPherson. Who is Nicole McPherson? McPherson is a model and has a five-year-old son from a previous relationship. She recently spent Christmas with Hernandez and his family in Mexico's Baja California Sur. Hernandez has yet to post anything official on his social media channels, but footage of a woman identified as Nicole putting her arms around the Mexican international was broadcast on Spanish-language entertainment pop culture show called ’El Gordo y La Flaca'. Hernandez's ex-wife Sarah had to deny rumours she was unfaithful to the ex-West Ham striker. The pair were last seen together on social media back in October. 4McPherson has...
    A WOMAN has claimed she knew that her fiance was cheating on her the minute he changed one subtle thing. Speaking on the @diybreakup TikTok account, she said that the way her former partner started kissing her was a big red flag. 3A woman has claimed one subtle change in her relationship made her realise her fiance was cheating on herCredit: @diybreakup/Tiktok 3The woman said the way her partner kissed her made her realise something was upCredit: @diybreakup/Tiktok The US-woman explained: “The moment I should have known my ex fiance was cheating on me was the moment he started kissing me differently. “I remember it so vividly. “He came home one night and when he kissed me something felt different, like he was a stranger. “I asked him about it, he told me I was being paranoid of course and I was looking for reasons to get mad at him. “But I should have known better because you don’t just wake up one day and start kissing differently. “The kissing style doesn’t change, the kissing style only changes when you...
    U.S. and U.K. authorities have been slow to confirm details on the timeline of when a British suspect accused of taking Jewish worshippers hostage at a Texas synagogue entered the country undetected.  The nearly 11-hour-standoff at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas – about 15 miles northeast of Fort Worth – ended Saturday night with the 44-year-old gunman, Malik Faisal Akram, dead and all hostages safe.  Reports indicate Akram had been staying at homeless shelters in the Dallas-area the day before, after first coming into the U.S. at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.  Akram’s criminal background, which reportedly dates back at least two decades and includes a recent prison stint following a 2012 conviction on theft and harassment charges, has critics wondering how the man from Blackburn, England didn’t trip any security safeguards when entering the U.S.  Here's a look into the timeline leading up to the terror incident in Texas.  MALIK FAISAL AKRAM: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT TEXAS SYNAGOGUE HOSTAGE SUSPECT  1996:  The suspect’s brother, Gulbar Akram, told The New York Times that Malik Faisal Akram was...
    Tom Brady shocked a young cancer survivor over the weekend when he presented him and his family with tickets to Super Bowl LVI. In a heart-warming video posted to Twitter on Saturday by the NFL, the 44-year-old Tampa Buccaneers star shared how inspired he was by 10-year-old Noah Reeb's battle with brain cancer. Reeb, who came to the quarterback's attention early last year after his diagnosis, looked overjoyed to see a video message Brady recorded for him. .@TomBrady surprised 10-year-old brain cancer survivor Noah Reeb with Super Bowl tickets. This is what it’s all about ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Qo6QdjM1qI— NFL (@NFL) January 15, 2022 Heartwarming: Tom Brady, 44, left 10-year-old fan and cancer survivor Noah Reeb speechless after he presented his family with Super Bowl tickets in a video message posted Saturday by the NFL The video posted to Twitter featured Brady's original video in a split-screen presentation paired with footage of Reeb and his family watching the message at home in Utah. The football legend started his message by referencing a Buccaneers game from October 2021 in which he presented the...
    Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz has disbanded an alumni advisory committee that was created after a 2020 investigation found evidence of racial bias against black players in his program and bullying behavior by some of his assistants. The Iowa Gazette reports that Ferentz's decision to end the committee came shortly after its leader, former offensive lineman David Porter, suggested it was time for Iowa to part ways with Ferentz. But Ferentz said he had decided to overhaul the committee last fall before Porter made his comment to other committee members in a text message. 'I have come to a decision that this is an appropriate time to dissolve our committee as it stands currently,' Ferentz wrote in an email to the 10-member committee on Tuesday. 'As we start a new calendar year and prepare to move forward with our preparation for the 2022 season, I am giving thought to how we restructure the committee/board in a way that best serves our program moving forward.' Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz has disbanded an alumni advisory committee that was created after a 2020...
    Prince Harry 'cannot pick and choose' when he wants to visit the UK and receive protection, a former head of royal protection has warned. The Duke of Sussex should not be expecting bodyguards supplied to him when he decides to return home, Dai Davies said. The ex-Met Police officer pointed out Princess Anne was nearly kidnapped and her protection officer was shot - but she does not get full time protection. It comes as sources suggested the Queen will not help her grandson in his demand for security personnel when he comes to Britain. The insiders claimed the Monarch has no intentions of 'caving into his demands' for protection from the Met and Home Office. Prince Harry is taking legal action against the Government over its decision to remove his security (above, Harry and Meghan with bodyguards in New Zealand in 2018) The Duchess of Sussex pictured as she arrives at a school in Harlem along with security He is seeking a judicial review of the decision to strip him of his UK police protection team, claiming it is too dangerous to...
    A mentally disturbed transgender woman who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl could be allowed to serve her sentence under house arrest, after the Los Angeles County district attorney refused to prosecute the 26-year-old as an adult for the crime committed shortly before their 18th birthday. Hannah Tubbs's case has sparked anger and confusion in Los Angeles, and raised uncomfortable questions for the famously liberal DA, George Gascon, about how he deals with transgender criminals and young offenders. Tubbs was a boy named James when, on New Year's Eve in 2014, he spotted a 10-year-old girl at a Denny's in Palmdale, California. He followed the girl into the bathroom, held her by the throat and forced his hand down the girl's pants. He only stopped when someone came into the restroom, and then ran away before he could be stopped. On New Year's Eve in 2014, James Tubbs was seen on surveillance camera footage entering a Denny's in Palmdale, California, where he sexually assaulted a 10-year-old girl Denny's in Palmdale, at 37050 47th St E, where the girl was...
    The Texas rabbi who endured a 10-hour kidnapping by a British anti-Semite demanding the release of an al-Qaeda terrorists has credited his active-shooter training for helping him and his followers escape alive. Charlie Cytron-Walker and three of his congregation were rescued unharmed on Saturday night after their captor was shot and killed by police. Malik Faisal Akram, a 44-year-old British national, seized the group at around 10:30am on Saturday at the Beth Israel Congregation in Colleyville, Texas - about 15 miles from Fort Worth. He demanded that Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist known as 'Lady al-Qaeda' who is serving her 86 year sentence in prison in Fort Worth, be freed.  Akram was shot and killed by police on Saturday night, in a firefight with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team. Charlie Cytron-Walker was held hostage with three members of his congregation on Saturday SWAT team members deploy near the Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, on Saturday Officers are seen surrounding the building in Texas on Saturday Cytron-Walker, who has presided over the 140-strong congregation since 2006, on Sunday said his training...
    Prince Harry faced outrage yesterday over his threat of legal action against Her Majesty’s Government in an extraordinary security row. The Duke of Sussex is seeking a judicial review of Home Secretary Priti Patel’s decision to strip him of his UK police protection team, claiming it is too dangerous to visit the UK without Scotland Yard bodyguards. Last night there was anger at the unprecedented legal threat against his grandmother’s government as security sources hit back saying: ‘Scotland Yard is not available for hire’.  As exclusively revealed by The Mail on Sunday, lawyers acting for Harry, who stepped down from royal duties two years ago, have written a ‘pre-action protocol’ letter to the Home Office, threatening to go to the High Court if his family are not provided with security while they are in Britain, which they have offered to pay for. The ultimatum is the culmination of nearly two years of discussions with ministers about his security arrangements, the Daily Mail can reveal.  Legal representatives say the duke wants to fund the security himself, rather than ask taxpayers to...
    President Joe Biden was not making a 'human' comparison between opponents of his voter rights push with racists and segregationists in a speech this week, said the White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Friday.  Rather he simply meant to compare the actions of those who opposed reform with the likes of George Wallace and other notorious figures.  The clean-up came after critics accused Biden of divisive rhetoric, and the president has since seen his initiative collapse as two hold-out Democratic senators said they could not support his plan to change Senate rules in order to pass the legislation.  In a major set-piece speech on on Tuesday in Atlanta, Georgia, he asked whether lawmakers wanted 'to be on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace.'   He continued: 'Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor?  'Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?' During her daily briefing, White House Press Secretary was asked what happened to the election candidate who said it was important not to treat...
    Waukesha parade killer Darrell Brooks will stand trial for murdering six, a probable cause hearing has ruled - with the court also told shocking details of his behavior after the attack. Friday's hearing in Waukesha County Court ruled prosecutors had presented 'ample' evidence that Brooks had deliberately mown down and killed six victims at the November 2021 Christmas parade.  The court also heard for the first time how Brooks had red-eyes and smelt of weed when he was arrested - and how he had struggled to look at photos of his victims' remains shown to him by detectives.   Brooks' attorney, public defender Anna Kees, argued that Brooks was high during the incident, noting that officers who arrested him noticed he smelled of marijuana and his eyes were red and glassy.  Darrell Brooks, 39, will face trial for murdering six at Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin Prosecutors have presented 'ample' evidence to show probably committed felonies, Waukesha County Court Commissioner Kevin Costello said at the end of a preliminary hearing Costello ordered him to appear for an arraignment on February 11 as...
    This is the moment a carjacker's escape attempt came to a soggy end after he tried to drive through a flooded area with the cops in hot pursuit. Police helicopter footage captured the dramatic ending to the car chase in Issaquah in King County, Washington on January 12. The footage starts after two suspects had dumped a stolen vehicle in the middle of a road.  They run into a car park and try to break into other parked vehicles, as the helicopter pilot reports on their movements to officers on the ground. A man in a blue jacket carjacked a red SUV as police tried to arrest him in Issaquah in King County, Washington on January 12 The suspect in blue was eventually caught when he drove the car into deep water and surrendered to cops He was pinned down by police on the road beside the bank of water and arrested The vehicle that had been carjacked was a maroon KIA Sportage SUV, which can cost up to $33,000 One of the suspects, wearing a blue jacket, carjacks a woman in...
    A Catholic diocese in Poland apologised on Thursday for having asked a court to determine whether a man who was sexually abused as a child by a priest is gay, and whether the sexual contact may have consequently been pleasurable for him. Following wide criticism, the Bielsko-Zywiec diocese said that its letter to the court should not have included questions about the victim's sexuality or have suggested that he drew pleasure from contact with the priest. The diocese dispatched the letter in response to a lawsuit by the victim, Janusz Szymik. 'We apologise to Janusz and to all who have been scandalised' by the questions, the diocese said in a statement, vowing to change the letter's wording. Bielsko-Zywiec diocese in Poland apologised for asking whether a sex abuse victim was gay or enjoyed the 'intimate' moments Poland's Catholic bishops had already strongly criticised the southern Polish diocese. Szymik, who is now 48, was an altar boy when the abuse began in the 1980s. He sued the diocese in a civil court last year. The priest, who has been identified only...
    New York City's new mayor announced on Thursday that he is considering allowing the nation's largest school district to return to some form of virtual instruction - even as COVID cases in the Big Apple start to plateau.  Eric Adams, who took office on New Year's, said on Thursday he is 'working closely with the president of the UFT' to 'find the right way to educate our children in a very safe environment. 'And if we're able to put in place a temporary remote option, we're welcome to do so,' he said, much to the shock of many New York City parents. But, he added, he aims to keep children in school, as he has previously stated. 'I want children in school because it's not only the academics,' Adams said. 'You hear me say it al the time, it is the holistic approach [to] the full development of the personhood of the children. 'All the experts state they should be in school now.'  According to New York City COVID data, there were 33,205 new cases reported throughout the five boroughs...
    A HEARTLESS Japanese mum has put her baby up for adoption after discovering her sperm donor was Chinese, reports say. The woman, a Tokyo resident in her 30s, reportedly shares a child with her husband but did not want another with him after finding out he had a hereditary condition — so she decided to find a donor on social media. 1A Japanese woman is suing the biological father of the child she's placed up for adoption, after learning that he'd lied about his identity.Credit: Getty The donor she chose claimed he was Japanese and a graduate from the posh Kyoto University and they had romped 10 times, newspaper Tokyo Shimbun reported. But after falling pregnant in June 2019, the woman discovered the donor was actually Chinese.  To her horror, she learned he also went to a different uni. By the time she found out it was too late to abort the baby, it’s reported. So she gave the child up for adoption. She’s now suing for fraud, citing “emotional distress” caused by his lies for 330 million yen (£2.1million)....
    WE all like to show the most flattering versions of ourselves on dating profiles, but there’s a fine line between a little exaggeration and a full-blown lie. A woman went on a Tinder date with a man who claimed he was six foot tall but was really only five foot six - his lie backfired when he took it too far.  2Vanessa told her followers a Tinder horror storyCredit: TikTok/@youcanjustcallmevanessa 2Many commenters related to the hilarious dateCredit: TikTok/@youcanjustcallmevanessa TikTok user Vanessa shared the Tinder horror story with her followers and people were left in stitches. She said: “I had a Tinder date with a guy who said he was six feet tall. He was actually about five foot six.  “I chose not to say anything, but he kept finding ways to bring up the fact he was six feet. Like, he was trying to convince me.” Vanessa, in a very awkward position, decided she had to say something.  “Eventually, I said: ‘I’m going to be honest. You can’t be six feet because I’m five foot nine and, no offence, but...
    A Vogue model has admitted she stabbed her husband to death after he 'taunted her by bringing another woman home when she had refused to have sex with him'. Lilia Sudakova, 27, now faces up to 15 years behind bars after prosecutors in Russia upgraded the charges against her from grievous bodily harm to murder.  Sudakova, speaking to Redakciya for a program titled 'Why Women Kill', claimed Sergey Popov, 28, tried to attack her after bringing the other woman home, leading to her stabbing him in self defence on November 28, 2020.  The model, who is famous for her natural ginger hair, and her mother Irena Sudakova, 49, have repeatedly insisted she was a victim of domestic abuse and acted in self defence following her arrest at the end of 2020.   Sudakova, who has been kept under house arrest in pre-trial detention, said her husband was 'dead drunk' when he came home from a bar with the other woman 'just to show me that he can find someone else'.  'He wanted what I refused to do the night before... he wanted sex,'...
    Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) admitted Wednesday that President Joe Biden went “too far” when he equated opponents of Democratic Party proposals on voting rights to segregationists and unapologetic racists. Biden was in Atlanta on Tuesday when he made a pitch to pass sweeping electoral reform and threatened to end the filibuster so that Democrats can advance legislation if opponents continue to stall it. During his speech, he made comments that were viewed by many as nothing short of demagogic: “Do you want to be on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace? Biden asked. “Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?” Durbin joined The Lead with host Jake Tapper to discuss Biden’s comments. Tapper asked, “Are there not legitimate reasons that a senator, a Democratic senator, might be concerned that changing the filibuster rule will set a horrible precedent that Republicans will exploit to do something like pass a nationwide abortion ban or something like that, without saying that Kyrsten Sinema or Joe Manchin are like Bull Connor or Jefferson Davis?”...
    President Joe Biden drew laughs and raised some eyebrows during his voting rights speech with a joke about “the first time I got arrested,” and Mediaite has obtained previously unpublished transcripts that suggest what the president could have been talking about. During the president’s fiery speech in Atlanta Tuesday afternoon, he injected a bit of levity into an emotional section about civil rights heroes: I did not live the struggle of Douglass, Tubman, King, Lewis, Goodman, Chaney, and Schwerner, and countless others — known and unknown. I did not walk in the shoes of generations of students who walked these grounds. But I walked other grounds. Because I’m so damn old, I was there as well. (Laughter.) You think I’m kidding, man. (Laughter.) It seems like yesterday the first time I got arrested. Anyway — (laughter). That reference to the “first time” he was arrested caused some to recall earlier controversies over Biden’s inaccurate recollections of his experiences with the civil rights movement, and an incident in South Africa that he described as an “arrest” but later walked back. But...
    AGED just nine he was dubbed the “world’s strongest kid” — weighing a whopping 23 stone.  But the pint-sized sumo wrestler who weighed 23 stone would later suffer from failing health, leading to his untimely death on the cusp of adulthood. 5The little wrestler started training when he was just a tot, pictured here age 3Credit: East2West 5By the age of nine, Dzhambulat Khotokhov dwarfed his friends and weighed 23 stoneCredit: East2West Dzhambulat Khatokhov became a wrestler in his native Russia after shooting to fame at the tender age of three when he was hailed as the strongest and heaviest child on the planet, weighing 7st 8lbs. At the age of six, the lad whose classmates nicknamed Gladiator weighed 15 stone and wore size ten men’s shoes. By nine he weighed an astonishing 23st 2lb — more than the combined total of four kids his age. Before long his astonishing physique hit the headlines across the world and he took up sumo wrestling becoming something of a celebrity in Japan.  His first wrestling coach, Khasan Teusvazhukov, admitted it was hard...
    A WOMAN was excited when she effortlessly clicked with a guy she met at a club – until she found out he was getting married. However, she admitted that wasn’t the worst part of her romantic experiences. 3A woman has recalled her bad luck when it comes to datingCredit: TikTok/shainamonai 3She revealed a man asked her to be his date to his own bachelor party after they danced all night together at a clubCredit: Getty The woman, who goes by @shainamonai on TikTok, revisited the memory in a video posted to her page. “We danced all night, went to Waffle House after, exchanged numbers, everything was cute,” she recalled. She then revealed that the guy asked if she was free a few nights later for an unexpected event: his bachelor party. “I want you to be my plus one,” the TikToker claimed he said. She added that he went on to explain he was getting married to his high school sweetheart after spending eight years together. Furthermore, when she mentioned she was not sure what her role was supposed to...
    A man who is so tall he was forced to swap planes as he couldn't fit in the seat has gone viral with a glimpse of life at 7 foot 1 inch tall. Beau Brown, 29, from Atlanta, Georgia, made headlines when he was upgraded to first class as an apology for being made to change flights after his legs wouldn't fit in the exit aisle he had booked during a flight to North Carolina last month. The cinematographer, who has a size 18 feet and needs to have all his shoes and clothes specially made, shared a video to TikTok of his everyday life - revealing how he has to bend down to shower, walk through corridors and doorways and even lifts the ceiling tiles with his head when he tries to shower at the gym. Beau Brown, 29, from Atlanta, Georgia, has gone viral with a glimpse of life at 7 foot 1 inch tall He made headlines when he was upgraded to first class as an apology for being made to change flights after his legs wouldn't fit...
    The Australian government is preparing its case to deport Novak Djokovic after he admitted to attending an event and interview in Serbia after testing Covid-positive.  The tennis world no. 1 is currently in Melbourne fighting for a chance to retain his Australian Open title next week, but is still facing the prospect of deportation after days of legal battles and uncertainty. Djokovic's hopes were dented further today as Australia's Department of Home Affairs’ investigation was widened to include inconsistencies in the tennis star's story after he posted a lengthy social media post apologising for the breach, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. The investigation will now include his breach of isolation requirements in Serbia, incorrect statements given on his travel declaration form and inconsistencies on the date of his COVID-19 test. Djokovic could also be facing trouble at home. Under Serbian law, where anyone Covid positive must isolate for 14 days, a breach of the measures can carry a maximum sentence of three years behind bars. And in Australia, lying on travel documentation can result in a 12-month prison sentence, while providing false information to to...
    A WOMAN who caught her husband having a shot was stunned when she realised what he was drinking from. Amanda Skyrius took to TikTok to share the sneaky video she'd recorded of her husband enjoying a shot of what appeared to be whisky in their kitchen. 3Amanda Skyrius shot a video of her husband taking a shot of whisky out of her menstrual cupCredit: TikTok/@whateverblablabla 3He appeared to have no idea what he was drinking from as he enjoyed the alcoholCredit: TikTok/@whateverblablabla But it wasn't what he was drinking that had piqued Amanda's attention - rather what he was drinking from. "That's not a shot glass," she wrote across the video. And upon closer inspection, it appeared her husband was in fact drinking his whisky from her menstrual cup. "But hey, it ain't stupid if it works," she captioned the clip. People quickly flooded the video with comment, with one person writing: "Please say that wasn’t used." "It might or might not have been," Amanda replied. Most read in LifestyleSNAPCHAP I broke my...
    Novak Djokovic has admitted attending an event with children while he was Covid positive - but says he didn't know he was infected until shortly afterwards.  Djokovic had been accused of presenting awards to children at a tennis event in the Serbian capital Belgrade on December 17 a day after testing positive to the virus. In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the 34-year-old lashed out at 'misinformation' and claimed it wasn't until after the event that he learned he was Covid positive.  But the Serbian did admit he then conducted an in-person interview with French newspaper L'Équipe knowing he was positive, a mistake he put down to an 'error in judgement'. He also admitted his agent made an administrative error and accidentally ticked an incorrect box about his travel history before coming to Australia. 'I want to address the continuing misinformation about my activities and attendance at events in December in the lead-up to my positive Covid test result,' he said. Novak Djokovic with his wife Jelena. He has hit out at 'misinformation' over claims he tested positive to Covid...
    A former Oklahoma police officer was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the 2014 killing of his daughter's boyfriend after using department records to run a background search on him.  Shannon Kepler, 61, a citizen of the Muscogee Nation, will likely spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of Jeremey Lake, who was 19 years old when Kepler killed him on the tribe's reservation. Kepler was found guilty in federal court last April after four previous trials in state court failed to land the veteran cop in prison. He was also ordered to pay restitution to cover the cost of a headstone for Lake. Kepler's first three murder trials ended with hung juries.  He was convicted of manslaughter in the fourth trial and given a 15-year prison term, but the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals overturned that conviction based on a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that found that Oklahoma lacks jurisdiction for crimes that happen on tribal reservations in which the defendants or victims are tribal citizens. 'Kepler, at the time, was sworn to uphold the law but...
    A federal watchdog cleared Dr. Anthony Fauci of breaching rules designed to prevent civil service employees engaging in political activities after a conservative group complained he criticized President Trump's handling of the COVID pandemic days before the 2020 election. Protect the Public's Trust claimed Fauci violated the Hatch Act during an interview with the Washington Post. In its complaint, the group said the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases criticized Trump and praised then presidential candidate Joe Biden. Asked about the difference between their approaches, Fauci said Biden’s campaign 'is taking it seriously from a public health perspective.' Trump is 'looking at it from a different perspective.' And he contradicted Trump's optimistic assessment the country was 'rounding the turn.' Dr. Anthony Fauci has the target for conservatives ever since he took on a key role in the Trump administration's pandemic response. They have questioned his policy proposals and accused him of undermining Trump and efforts to reopen the country In its complaint, Protect the Public's Trust accused Fauci of criticizing Trump's handling of the pandemic and...
    A MACDONAL'S worker has revealed what he really does when a customer asked for fresh chicken nuggets - and people aren't happy about it. One TikToker has jokingly revealed his dirty little secret to making old chicken nuggets taste fresh again. 4One McDonald's employee has revealed a hack for making old nuggets taste freshCredit: TikTok/@bigjettyfunny 4The TikTok clip has been viewed more than 1.2 million timesCredit: TikTok/@bigjettyfunny @bigjettyfunny posted a clip of him revealing the cooking hack in a short clip that's already had 1.2 million views and some 1,600 comments. In it, the McDonald's employee can be seen handling some chicken nuggets near a deep fryer with overlay text saying: "When a customer asks for fresh nuggets..." He then put the nuggets into a frying basket and writes: "Just re-drop them. Good as fresh ones". "At least [they’re] hot and crispy," he captioned the video. Fellow TikTokers weren't so sure about the frying short-cut. One user wrote: "I’ll honestly be fine with that, fresh as fast food to me is hot. I just don’t want cold food." Another added:...
    KENTWOOD, Mich. (AP) — A young man who was 12 when he fatally stabbed another child in the Grand Rapids area in 2014 has been released from court supervision. “I think rehabilitation in this case has really been tremendously successful,” Kent County Judge Paul Denenfeld said Thursday. READ MORE: Bob Saget, Beloved TV Dad Of 'Full House,' Dies At 65Jamarion Lawhorn, now 19, was at Evart Youth Center, a secure treatment and education site, until March 2021. He’s done well while living with a family, MLive.com reported. Probation officer Dan Cory said Lawhorn recently bought his own vehicle. “Out of this very tragic situation, Jamarion has made significant improvement and has turned into a fine young man,” Cory told the judge. READ MORE: Detroit To Begin National Search For New Fire CommissionerLawhorn apologized again to the family of Connor Verkerke, a 9-year-old boy who was randomly stabbed at a playground in Kentwood. At trial, there was evidence of Lawhorn’s stormy childhood, neglect and abuse. Lawhorn said he wants to make a difference in the community. “It has been hard, it’s...
    This is the moment a no-nonsense bulldog taught a boisterous puppy a lesson by body slamming him into the floor 'like something out of WWE'. Lucy Tilley-Toon, 43, filmed the moment her 10-week-old bulldog puppy Bruce launched himself from the sofa onto unsuspecting Keith's head in a bid to encourage him to play on January 2.  With lightning-quick reflexes seven-year-old Keith throws his head backwards while letting out a yelp of surprise and inadvertently flips Bruce 180 degrees. The 10-week-old bulldog puppy, called Bruce, was slammed to the ground by his seven-year-old companion, Keith, after jumping on his head at their home in Swadlincote, Derbyshire Unhurt by the wrestling move, Bruce flashes the camera a look of surprise and walks away as mother-of-two Lucy can be heard in fits of laughter. Since she shared the funny clip on Facebook with the caption '...what were we thinking getting another....WWE SMACKDOWN......' it has racked up more than 900 likes, shares and comments.  Lucy, from Swadlincote, Derbyshire, said: 'Bruce is always wanting to play and Keith is a very relaxed dog. 'Any attempts to play...
    THE world is full of mean people and, unfortunately, this woman had to encounter one of them. After going on a date, which she thought went pretty well, the TikTok user, Sammi, got home only to then receive a very unpleasant text message from the man she had just seen. 3Before seeing the message, she thought the date had gone pretty wellCredit: @zol0ft4lunch/Tiktok In the screenshot Sammi had uploaded, the man could be seen having written he had thoroughly enjoyed their time together. However, despite liking her, he also wanted to be ''100 transparent'' with Sammi. ''Your weight surprised me a bit tonight. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED ''Idk if that makes me an a*****e and I'm sorry if it does,'' he wrote. ''i understand some people have preferences,'' Sammi then shared in the comments' section. ''the main issue here is that i TOLD him i struggle w eating/weight prior to him.'' Most read in LifestyleWHERE IS IT? Meghan & Harry SLAMMED over lack of content from Netflix and Spofity dealsBIG FEUD Kardashian sisters...
    PAUL SCHOLES was laughed at for wearing £50 boots when he returned to Manchester United - as he couldn't ask Nike for a brand new pair in order to keep his comeback a secret. The ex-England star, 46, revealed he was forced to buy a cheap pair of boots from JJB Sports for his 2012 comeback because he couldn't let Nike know he was back. 2 Paul Scholes was mocked for his £50 plastic boots when making his surprise 2012 comeback And Scholes revealed he got plenty of stick from old team-mate Jonny Evans for his choice of footwear ahead of his comeback game against rivals Manchester City. Scholes told BBC Radio 5 Live: "I bought a pair of boots, I think they were about £50. "They were all the ones the lads were wearing, obviously. Same colours and stuff, same patterns. "But I believe I bought the cheap ones. It wasn’t until I was actually warming up on the pitch [that I realised]. I couldn’t get a pair of boots off Nike, they couldn’t send me a pair because...
    A renowned doctor known for updating his Twitter followers on the pandemic admitted that his 'parental emotion' caused him to panic when his 28-year-old son got COVID last week, though the odds of a vaccinated young person dying are 'near-zero.' Dr. Bob Wachter, the chair of the department of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, shared his journey of watching his son fall ill with the coronavirus and recover in a series of 25 tweets on Saturday. He said his triple-vaccinated son is 'generally healthy but overweight, placing him in a moderately high-risk group.'   When he caught COVID after watching a movie with a friend, Dr. Wachter described checking in on him frequently, getting worried when a reply came slowly, and even letting himself into his home to find him 'sleeping...and breathing.' COVID cases in San Francisco skyrocketed in December due to the more contagious Omicron variant, reaching a pandemic high of 1,218 new daily cases earlier this month. Eighty-one percent of residents in the city are vaccinated. Dr. Bob Wachter gave a play-by-play of finding out his son...
    The body of a California skiier who vanished on Christmas Eve has been found in a suburban area, with investigators saying they believed he was trying to find shelter.  Rory Angelotta, 43, was found on Saturday roughly three miles away from the Northstar Ski Resort he was riding at near Truckee, California, when he went missing on December 24.  Authorities said he may have been trying to reach Truckee, but unfortunately succumbed to the storm.  'It is possible Angelotta was attempting to find the neighborhood near Truckee when he succumbed to the elements,' the sheriff's office said in a statement. 'There was no indication of any suspicious or unusual activity.'  The cause of his death has not yet been released.   Rory Angelotta, 43, was found roughly three miles away from the Northstar Ski Resort he was riding at near Truckee, California, when he went missing on Christmas evening  Authorities said he may have been trying to reach Truckee, but unfortunately succumbed to the storm Late last month, the Placer County Sheriff's Office announced on December 30 that they were calling...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Prosecutors now say Damari Perry, the 6-year-old boy who was found dead in Gary, Indiana, this weekend, died because he was being “punished.” They say the child did something that angered the family. Prosecutors say the next day the 6-year-old was placed in a cold shower until he started vomiting and later died. READ MORE: Chicago Public Schools Classes Canceled Again Monday As City, Teachers Union NegotiateDamari’s mother, Jannie Perry, his 20-year-old brother, Jeremiah Perry, and a juvenile sibling are all facing charges in his death. According to prosecutors, Damari did something on Dec. 29 that upset his mother. On Dec. 30 he was placed in that shower until he died. Then mom Jannie Perry and brother Jeremiah allegedly came up with a plan to dump his body in Gary before coming up with the fake story of how he went missing in Skokie before reporting him missing this week. Saturday night friends, neighbors and family gathered outside the home where he lived. Neighbors of the Perry family say this was an instance where the system let down...
    The woman accusing Michigan's former House Speaker of repeatedly raping her for more than a decade admits she initiated contact with her alleged attacker - but says she only did so because she was 'brainwashed' and 'groomed' by the ex-lawmaker. Rebekah Chatfield, 26, came forward last week to detail her ordeal after filing the criminal complaint against Lee Chatfield last month. In the criminal filing, she accused Michigan's youngest House speaker in more than a century of sexually assaulting her multiple times while she attended Northern Michigan Christian Academy, which was run by his family.  Rebekah - who claims the abuse began when she was 15 - conceded in an interview with Bridge Michigan that she at times reached out to Chatfield, but claimed she was under his spell during the time. 'It was never consensual, because it started when I was a minor - the brainwashing, the mentality, the manipulation, the psychological, the emotional - he groomed me into being who he wanted me to be,' she told the outlet.   Chatfield, 33, was elected in 2014 and served as the...
    INFLUENCER Mayci Neeley shared the tragic story of how she discovered she was pregnant at 19 only to have her boyfriend pass away in a car accident as he was texting her at the wheel. The TikToker shared how she had to stay strong for her newborn after such a horrific event but has now found love with a new man who helps her raise her son. 6Mayci found out she was expecting when she was 19 years oldCredit: Tiktok/@maycineeley 6When she was 14 weeks pregnant her boyfriend died in a car crash while texting her at the wheelCredit: Tiktok/@maycineeley 6Mayci explained that she had to stay strong through the terrible time for her sonCredit: Tiktok/@maycineeley In the short TikTok montage video, the mum-of-two took her 1.1million followers through the story. She said: "In 2015 I found out I was pregnant at 19. "Just when I didn't think things could get worse, my boyfriend passed away when I was 14 weeks pregnant. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "My boyfriend died in a car...
    In an interview with the Daily Beast's Molly Jong-Fast, Stephen Marche, author of The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future , described a decision by Donald Trump administration in the last year of his four-year term as "genuinely insane" and one that could come back to haunt New York City. At issue, Marche told the host as part of her New Normal podcast, was the federal government pulling the plug on building a much-needed seawall that would protect Manhattan in the event of a possible hurricane that would devastate the city's infrastructure. As the New York Times reported back in February of last year, "The Trump administration has unexpectedly halted a project to protect the New York City region from flooding during dangerous storms like Hurricane Sandy — a decision that came six weeks after President Trump took to Twitter to ridicule the study’s most expensive proposal, a giant sea wall that could have cost billions of dollars." The report continued, "While Mr. Trump cannot single-handedly cancel a Corps project — the funding is allocated by Congress, and...
    A sister-in-law of Michigan's former House Speaker has been identified as the woman who has accused the Republican lawmaker of raping her for more than a decade - with the sexual abuse starting when she was a 15-year-old student at a Christian academy where he was a teacher.  Rebekah Chatfield, 26, came forward to detail her ordeal after filing the criminal complaint against Lee Chatfield last month, accusing Michigan's youngest House speaker in more than a century of sexually assaulting her multiple times while she attended Northern Michigan Christian Academy, which was run by his family.  Lee Chatfield, 33, who was elected in 2014, was the House Speaker in 2019 and 2020 and headed the delegation of seven Michigan GOP leaders who met with then-President Donald Trump at the White House as he tried to overturn Democrat Joe Biden's win in the state.  The abuse by the married politician, who left office in 2021 due to term limits, continued through last year, according to the complaint. Michigan police on Thursday said they are investigating her allegations.   Rebekah Chatfield, 26, married Aaron...
    Novak Djokovic claims he was woken up and pressured by officials to cancel his visa early in the morning after he was detained at Melbourne Airport. The world's top-ranked tennis player touched down late on Wednesday night to compete for a record 10th Australian Open title, only to be informed his medical exemption was not sufficient. Djokovic now faces deportation back to Serbia, and is under police guard in a hotel in the CBD alongside refugees while his lawyers fight for his right to play.  Dourt documents, made public on Saturday, claim Djokovic believed his December 16 infection meant he was eligible to skip protocol and enter Australia. Details of Djokovic's six-hour interrogation have been revealed - as the Serbian claims he was woken and pressured by Australian Border Force officials to cancel his visa His lawyers claim the 34-year-old was interrogated for six hours at Melbourne Airport before he was allowed to go to a hotel to sleep, only to be woken again and pressured to make a decision on cancelling his visa. Images have since emerged appearing to show...
    WOODBRIDGE, Va. (WJZ) — Quite the catch of the day.  This is crazy. It was a normal fishing trip for a Maryland man until he caught a record fish.  READ MORE: State Highway Administration Asks People To Delay Travel Due To Potential Freezing RainWilliam Bates Jr. of Waldorf was out fishing on the Occoquan Bay in Fairfax County in Virginia when he caught a 62-pound blue catfish.  That’s a state record for Virginia. READ MORE: Baltimore Gas Station's ATM Stolen Early SaturdayIt looks like one of those things you see in River Monsters. What did it eat? Whatever it wanted.   MORE NEWS: Maryland State Police Trooper Injured After Being Struck In Charles County 
    A MINNEAPOLIS family is breathing a sigh of relief after their 1-year-old-boy was returned less than two hours after an Amber Alert was issued. At the time of the abduction, he was reportedly inside a running SUV. 1RayRay Powell is a 1 year old child who was inside a vehicle that was stolen in Minneapolis Who is RayRay Powell? RayRay Powell is a 1 year old Minneapolis baby who made headlines in January 2022 after he was reported missing. An Amber Alert was issued soon after he was taken in a stolen SUV but canceled roughly an hour later after he was returned. RayRay's mother told police that she left him inside the car momentarily near the intersection of Bloomington Avenue and Lake Street, CBS reported.   Outside of his age and story, not much information is available on the tike. When was he found? RayRay was found on January 7, 2022, at a home on the 6500 block of 84th Court North after authorities responded to a hang-up call around 6:30pm local time. “That’s...
    The widow of a biochemist who was driven to suicide when he feared Elizabeth Holmes was going to fire him has said she is worried the Silicon Valley villain could be spared jail. Rochelle Gibbons said she was concerned Holmes, 37, could be allowed to serve her jail term under house arrest following her conviction on four fraud charges on Monday.  'She lives in a £100million estate. How is that punishment?', Mrs Gibbons told The Times. 'I'm hoping that she gets ten years [in prison] or more than that.'  Dr Ian Gibbons, a Cambridge-educated British biochemist who became Theranos chief scientist in 2005, took a fatal overdose in 2013 after becoming convinced that Holmes would sack him because he challenged her grandiose claims about her blood-testing machine. On Monday, Holmes was convicted on four counts of wires fraud after a jury in San Jose found that she deceived investors into sinking more than $945 million into her faulty blood testing machine.  Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 20 years - though she is expected to serve each count concurrently -...
    A woman was horrified to discover that her husband of 23 years was living a double life — when he was arrested for murdering his secret fiancée. Melanie Addie, from Missouri, said her 'mind was boggled' when police showed up to her house and told her that James Addie, 56 — the man she had been married to for more than two decades — had been engaged to someone else at the same time. It turns out, James cheated on Melanie for more than seven years with a woman named Molly Watson, 35.  On April 27, 2018 — just three days before James and Molly were set to tie the knot to one another — police found Molly's body outside of her car in Monroe County. There was a single gunshot wound in the back of her head — and they arrested James for her murder. Two weeks after they arrested him, Melanie filed for divorce.  He was convicted in 2021 of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. He was then sentenced in July to life in prison without parole plus...
    Bob Dylan's lawyers have formally denied allegations he groomed a 12-year-old girl for weeks, fed her drugs and sexually abused her repeatedly in 1965. Dismissing her 'ludicrous' claims, the legal team said the accuser, known as JC, has also claimed to have been abducted by aliens and flown their spaceship.  She filed the lawsuit in August, claiming the singer-songwriter, now 80, tried to 'lower her inhibitions with the object of sexually abusing her, which he did, coupled with the provision of drugs, alcohol and threats of physical violence, leaving her emotionally scarred and psychologically damaged to this day'. Bob Dylan's lawyers have formally denied allegations he groomed a 12-year-old girl for weeks, fed her drugs and sexually abused her repeatedly in 1965 She initially said the abuse took place over a six-week period between April and May in 1965 including at the Chelsea Hotel in New York, which was once home to famous artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Alice Cooper and Joni Mitchell. But last week the lawsuit was amended to say it took place over 'several months'. RELATED ARTICLES ...
    The lawmaker has served in the U.S. Senate since 2013. He ran for president during the 2016 election cycle and has said that he would "absolutely" consider mounting another presidential bid. I was ONLY talking about the limited number of people who committed violent assaults on police officers. \n\nFor over a decade, I\u2019ve referred to those who violently attack police officers as terrorists. If you assault a cop you should go to jail. — Ted Cruz (@Ted Cruz) 1641521015
    A Washington teen who shot a 15 year-old classmate dead and injured three others in a 2017 school shooting has admitted his crime, after previously saying he felt no remorse.  Caleb Sharpe, now 20, has pleaded guilty to premeditated murder, three counts of attempted murder and second-degree assault for the shooting at Freeman High School in 2017 when he was 16 on Thursday, just days before his trial is set to begin.  He could face up to life in prison for allegedly slaying Sam Strahan, 15, and injuring three girls on September 13, 2017.  Sharpe took a plea deal that dropped many of his second-degree assault charges, leaving only one to represent the 45 students whose lives were put at risk.  When detectives asked Sharpe if he felt remorseful for the shooting, he answered: 'No.'  Caleb Sharpe, 20, pleaded guilty on Thursday to premeditated murder, three counts of attempted murder and second-degree assault for the shooting at Freeman High School in 2017 when he was 16. He is pictured in court today  He could face up to life in prison for allegedly slaying Sam...
    “You’re not a wartime consigliere, Tom,” Michael Coreleone tells his adopted brother in The Godfather. Michael sees that for all Tom Hagen’s legal brilliance and family loyalty, he’s temperamentally unfit for the raw power struggle that awaits the family in Nevada. Many have made the same brutal assessment of Attorney General Merrick Garland as he oversees the Biden administration’s legal efforts to preserve American democracy. As he addressed the Justice Department and the nation Wednesday, Garland seemed slight and soft-spoken, a scholar rather than a brawler, an incongruous choice to lead the Justice Department in its greatest battle since the Civil Rights Movement. But Garland’s calm, cerebral approach may also have underappreciated strengths. In a speech full of legal and historical references to the Justice Department’s historic role as a protector of the people from attacks against democratic institutions, Garland laid out his vision for a comprehensive response to right-wing authoritarianism that encompasses prosecuting the J6 insurgents, protecting our public servants from politically motivated harassment and intimidation, and safeguarding the right to vote. Garland’s greatest asset is...