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Sep 28 14:42

POLL: 1/3 SAY BOOSTERS PROVE JABS NOT WORKING…

The divide in attitudes on Covid-19 vaccines between people who have or haven’t gotten the shots hasn’t changed with the introduction of booster shots. -- In fact, vaccinated people say the third dose approved by U.S. regulators last week shows that scientists are trying to make the shots more effective while 71% of unvaccinated Americans say it’s proof the vaccines don’t work, according to a survey released Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Sep 28 14:32

Self-confessed 'psychopath', 47, who murdered his neighbour because he 'didn't like her' then sat and watched TV in her flat as she lay dying is jailed for life

A self-confessed psychopath who murdered his neighbour because he 'didn't like her' must serve a minimum of 30 years before he can be considered for release.

David Mottram, 47, killed Samantha Heap at Mount Pleasant supported living accommodation in Congleton, Cheshire, on March 2.

Sep 28 14:32

'Got a chip on his shoulder': Hilarious moment angry ram repeatedly charges at bucket before the bucket strikes back

A fired up ram with 'a chip on his shoulder' has been filmed repeatedly charging at a water bucket on a farm in NSW.

The hilarious clip, uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday, begins with the male sheep 'attacking' the black bucket in a paddock from a close distance.

Sep 28 14:28

ECONOMIC TERRORISM: Italy tells companies to stop paying “unvaccinated” workers

To help “save lives,” the government of Italy has issued a decree ordering all employers both in the public and private sectors to stop paying workers who refuse to take Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines.” -- In order to keep their jobs, Italians are now being told that they must get a vaccination “green pass” proving that they took the “Operation Warp Speed” injections in obedience to the government and the Vatican.

Sep 28 14:21

'Boneshakers', pedal-less 'hobby horses' and tyres made from leather: Fascinating book reveals the weird and wonderful bicycles of yesteryear

There have been one or two improvements in bicycle design over the years – as a fascinating book makes abundantly clear.

Bicycling Through Time showcases some of the weird, wonderful and sometimes utterly ludicrous bikes that renowned collector Paul Farren spent decades hunting down, the majority of which were from the 19th century.

Sep 28 14:21

Trump called Melania's press secretary Stephanie Grisham to insist his penis 'wasn't toad-stool shaped' and summoned young female aide on Air Force One so he could 'look at her behind', book claims

Former President Trump was not happy when porn star Stormy Daniels scarred the nation by detailing the shape of his genitals, and immediately called his press secretary Stephanie Grisham to insist his penis was not shaped like a toadstool.

Daniels wrote in a 2018 book on her affair with the former president: 'I lay there, annoyed that I was getting f***ed by a guy with Yeti pubes and a d*** like the mushroom character in Mario Kart.'

Trump, upon hearing the allegation, called his press secretary from Air Force one to assure he

Sep 28 14:20

Katie Price faces JAIL after she is arrested for drink-and-drug-drive crash at six in the morning in 'dash for more drugs after all-night binge' - while serving six-month driving ban and after SIX previous offences

Katie Price has been arrested after smashing her BMW on the way to pick up more drugs after an all-night drink and cocaine binge, it was claimed today - as she faces jail after six previous disqualifications.

Sep 28 14:17

Activists Hope To Make Florida A Constitutional Carry State

Florida has a Republican governor and GOP control of the state legislature, which has left some gun rights activists wondering why the state hasn’t yet adopted a Constitutional Carry law that would recognize the right of legal gun owners to both keep and bear arms without a government permission slip. Florida really kickstarted the Right to Carry revolution back in the 1980s when it became a “shall issue” state, and over the next couple of decades dozens of other states followed suit. There are now more than 2-million concealed handgun licenses issued by the state, but efforts to implement campus carry and permitless carry have stalled out in the legislature over the past few years.

Sep 28 14:13

NC medical system fires 175 in one of largest-ever mass terminations…

A North Carolina-based hospital system announced Monday that roughly 175 unvaccinated employees were fired for failing to comply with the organization’s mandatory coronavirus vaccination policy, the latest in a series of health-care dismissals over coronavirus immunization.

Sep 28 14:01

Trying to lose weight? Ditch the diet fizzy drinks! Artificial sweeteners may increase food cravings by tricking the brain into making people feel hungry, study claims

An artificial sweetener commonly added to soft drinks may actually be increasing food cravings and make people eat more, a study claims.

Diet drinks are often used by people seeking to lose weight who want a 'healthier' way of satisfying their sweet tooth.

But scientists believe th

Sep 28 13:40

Delivery driver appears in court charged with murdering Sabina Nessa: Albanian national, 36, is remanded in custody as lawyer says he will deny murder of primary school teacher, 28, who was found dead in park

A former Domino's pizza delivery driver will deny murdering primary school teacher Sabina Nessa, a court was told this morning.

Koci Selamaj, 36, from Eastbourne, East Sussex, was remanded in custody today ahead of an appearance at the Old Bailey on Thursday.

Sep 28 13:38

DHS secretary says 1 in 5 migrants have an 'illness' while releasing thousands into the US

In an admission that may boost claims that the Biden administration's border crisis is partly driving a COVID-19 surge in the U.S., Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas acknowledged on Monday that approximately one out of every five migrants entering the country illegally have an "illness."

Sep 28 13:37

Biden's top generals say they recommended keeping 2,500 troops in Afghanistan after he denied that was true

President Joe Biden's top military officials contradicted him in a Senate hearing where they testified that they had recommended he keep at least 2,500 troops in Afghanistan. Though Biden had said his military leaders had never advised him to maintain a troop presence in the country, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told lawmakers that their advice was "received" by the president.

Sep 28 13:06

NBA Asst. Coach To ESPN: ‘Not Requiring NBA Players To Be Vaccinated Is Horse S**t’

Monday’s NBA media days were not filled with the usual fun and games that come with the media once again having access to the players.

The reason? The COVID vaccine.

Sep 28 13:06

ACLU Issues Apology For Editing Ginsburg Gender Equality Quote To Erase ‘Women’

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is issuing an apology for a heavily edited Tweet that quoted the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on abortion and women’s equality but erased “women,” replacing the gendered term with “person.”

Sep 28 13:05

A former Domino's pizza delivery driver will deny murdering primary school teacher Sabina Nessa

United States military Central Command (CENTCOM) commander Gen. Kenneth McKenzie told Congress Tuesday

Sep 28 12:19

Why are Hispanic Americans at greater risk for COVID-19? Study finds Latinos are less likely to wear masks in public and use hand sanitizer than whites and blacks - and twice as likely to participate in social gatherings

Hispanic Americans are less likely to wear masks in public - yet more likely to work in essential jobs and participate in social gatherings - compared to black and white Americans, a new survey finds.

Sep 28 12:19

53% of Americans have little or no trust in Biden to provide accurate COVID information, another dire poll for the president shows

A majority of Americans have little to no trust in President Joe Biden to provide accurate information on the coronavirus or the pandemic, a new poll released Tuesday finds.

Sep 28 12:17

FBI Investigates Co-Founder Of Ozy Media For 'Impersonating YouTube's Head Of Unscripted Programming On Conference Call With Goldman Sachs To Convince Them To Invest $40m

The co-founder of Ozy Media is facing an FBI probe after allegedly impersonating a YouTube executive in a conference call with Goldman Sachs to convince the Wall Street giant to close in on a $40million investment in the start-up media company.

Sep 28 12:17

Gynecologist Reveals Trolling By Anti-Vaxxers Who Told Her 'She Shouldn't Be A Doctor' And 'Needs Psychiatric Help' After She Wrote Blog Dismissing Link Between COVID Shots And Infertility

A leading gynecologist has revealed the harassment she's faced online after trying to tackle misinformation about the Covid vaccination and fertility.

Sep 28 12:15

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny faces up to 10 more years in jail after Russian prosecutors launched a fresh probe into his 'extremist network'

Alexei Navalny is facing fresh prosecution for directing an 'extremist network' that could put him behind bars for 10 more years.

Sep 28 12:15

Cleaning up! Moment brazen shoplifting gang storm Chicago Ulta Beauty store and fill BAGS with designer makeup

A gang of shoplifters was filmed brazenly ransacking a Chicago beauty store as it was revealed three organized gangs of thieves are targeting the city's stores.

Sep 28 12:14

"Be water my friend" (Video)

Sep 28 12:11

Will Smith says ‘Defund the Police’ should be called ‘Defund the Bad Police’ and ‘Critical Race Theory’ should be named 'Truth Theory' to make more people agree with them

Will Smith said he disagrees with defunding the police 'because then people who help you won't' and instead, he would rather say 'defund the bad police' - just as he wishes people would call critical race theory 'truth theory'.

Sep 28 12:11

Children born in 2021 will live through seven times as many heatwaves, twice as many wildfires and nearly three times as many droughts as their grandparents, study warns

Children born in 2021 will live on average through seven times as many heatwaves, twice as many wildfires and nearly three times as many droughts as their grandparents, a new study has warned.

Sep 28 12:09

NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 74, demands unvaccinated players are AXED before season opener - with Brooklyn's $34m-a-year Kyrie Irving and Warriors' Andrew Wiggins leading rebels

NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has called on teams to take a firm stance and axe unvaccinated players from their roster.

Sep 28 12:09

Four ex-Houston cops who fatally shot 'suicidal' father of three 24 TIMES while he was on his knees when he pointed a stun gun at them will NOT be charged

Four Houston police officers who were fired over their involvement in the fatal shooting of a suicidal man suffering from mental illness who reached for a Taser will not be criminally charged.

Sep 28 12:00

Married Michigan Couple Who Were Both Fully-Vaccinated But Had Underlying Health Conditions Die Of COVID Just ONE MINUTE Apart While Holding Hands

A married Michigan couple who were fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 both died of the virus just one minute apart.

Sep 28 11:57

Dozens of police descend on Tyndall Air Force Base after shooter drill is mistaken for active shooter

Dozens of police descended on Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida Tuesday morning after an active shooter drill was mistaken for the real thing.

Sep 28 11:56

Obama dismisses claims controversial $500m 'Presidential Center' will destroy historic Chicago park and worsen gentrification

Barack Obama has dismissed criticism of his planned presidential center after activists said the massive public works project would destroy a historic park and price black residents out of the area.

Sep 28 11:56

'Build back better. Blah blah blah': Greta Thunberg slams Biden's infrastructure, health care and green energy plan and says young people's dreams 'drown' in his and other leaders' 'empty words'

Greta Thunberg slammed Joe Biden's infrastructure and climate proposal as insufficient as she opened a conference in Italy today - accusing him and other leaders of making 'empty promises' over global warming.

Sep 28 11:54

Obama says images of Haitian migrants coming to the US are 'heartbreaking' and a 'painful reminder' we have 'more work to do' on the border

Former President Barack Obama called the Haitian migrant situation at the southern border 'heartbreaking' and a 'painful reminder' of the immigration reform that eluded his presidency.

Sep 28 11:53

White woman who was fired from her job after confrontation with black man in Brooklyn dog park apologizes and admits she could have 'handled things differently' but denies 'racial undertones'

A white woman who was fired from her job after telling a black couple to 'stay in [their] hood' has apologized but denied her comments had 'racial undertones'.

Sep 28 11:52

DAN WOOTTON: Queue here for chaos: Unless our Prime Minister gets a grip soon Britain is going to decide that - just like Labour in the 1970s - Boris isn't working

Forty-two years ago one simple image helped sweep Labour from power after Britain's last Winter of Discontent and put Margaret Thatcher in Downing Street.

A devastating poster showed a queue of ordinary Brits caught in a snaking queue for the dole juxtaposed with the powerfully simplistic phrase Labour Isn't Working.

Sep 28 11:51

No Time To Die: Daniel Craig looks dapper in a pink suede dinner jacket as he joins glamorous Bond girls Lashana Lynch, Lea Seydoux and Ana de Armas at the world premiere amid his final outing as 007

Daniel Craig looked as dapper as ever in a dark pink suede dinner jacket as led the star-studded arrivals for the world premiere for No Time To Die at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday.

The actor, 53, oozed sophistication ahead of his final outing as James Bond as he joined glamorous co-stars Lashana Lynch, Lea Seydoux and Ana de Armas at the swanky event.

Sep 28 11:51

Federal judges rule New York City CAN force its 7,500 unvaccinated teachers to have COVID shot as critics warn it'll cause staff shortages and Mayor Bill de Blasio warns educators to have shot by Friday or face the ax

Thousands of New York City public school teachers face the prospect of being fired by the end of Friday after a panel of federal judges allowed the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio to impose a vaccine mandate.

Sep 28 11:50

California makes universal mail-in voting permanent: Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signs bill requiring a ballot be sent to every registered voter

California on Monday became the eighth, and by far the largest, U.S. state to make universal distribution of vote-by-mail ballots permanent, a practice that became more widespread during the pandemic.

Sep 28 11:50

Federal authorities cash in on safety box seizures as owners fight back

Married couple Jeni Pearsons and Michael Store aren't wealthy.

Pearsons works at a nonprofit theater in Los Angeles , and Store is a transportation coordinator in the film industry. The couple has been saving for retirement for years, buying silver here and there when they could afford it. To keep their property safe, they rented a safe deposit box at U.S. Private Vaults.

They thought everything was above board until news broke earlier this year about a raid at the Beverly Hills business.

The government alleged that the company conspired with customers to sell drugs, launder money, and stash ill-gotten goods.

LA COUNTY ABUSES ASSET FORFEITURE, SEIZING MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF MONEY WITHOUT DUE PROCESS

Armed with a warrant, FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration agents spent five days ripping several hundred safety deposit boxes out of the walls and laying claim to its contents.

Sep 28 11:47

53% of Americans have little or no trust in Biden to provide accurate COVID information, another dire poll for the president shows

A majority of Americans have little to no trust in President Joe Biden to provide accurate information on the coronavirus or the pandemic, a new poll released Tuesday finds.

Sep 28 11:47

Why are Hispanic Americans at greater risk for COVID-19? Study finds Latinos are less likely to wear masks in public and use hand sanitizer than whites and blacks - and twice as likely to participate in social gatherings

Hispanic Americans are less likely to wear masks in public - yet more likely to work in essential jobs and participate in social gatherings - compared to black and white Americans, a new survey finds.

Sep 28 11:46

Chris Hedges: America’s fate is oligarchy or autocracy

The competing systems of power are divided between alternatives which widen the social and political divide – and increase potential for violent conflict.

The competing systems of power in the United States are divided between oligarchy and autocracy. There are no other alternatives. Neither are pleasant. Each has peculiar and distasteful characteristics. Each pays lip service to the fictions of democracy and constitutional rights. And each exacerbates the widening social and political divide and the potential for violent conflict.

The oligarchs from the establishment Republican Party, figures such as Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, George and Jeb Bush and Bill Kristol, have joined forces with the oligarchs in the Democratic Party to defy the autocrats in the new Republican Party who have coalesced in cult-like fashion around Donald Trump or, if he does not run again for president, his inevitable Frankensteinian doppelganger.

Sep 28 11:45

Supply Chain Issues Hit The Pentagon As Lockheed Will Deliver Fewer F-35 Fighter Jets Next Year Because Of 'Production Constraints Caused By The Pandemic'

Supply chain issues have hit the Pentagon after Lockheed Martin said it will deliver fewer F-35 fighter jets next year.

Sep 28 11:45

Chinese Military Unveils New 70-Foot Drone That Can Fly Continuously For Almost 24 Hours As Arms Race With US Continues

China, in the midst of a significant upgrade of its military forces and purported arms race with the U.S., showed off a new drone that has a wingspan of nearly 70 feet and can fly continuously for almost a full day.

Sep 28 11:44

Danish museum lends artist £60,000 for work incorporating bank notes - only for him to keep the cash and name the blank installation 'Take the Money and Run'

A Danish artist has pocketed the cash that he received from a museum to incorporate into an artwork and changed the name of the installation to 'Take the Money And Run.'

Sep 28 11:43

EXCLUSIVE: Sons of Alex Murdaugh's dead housekeeper file petition demanding his arrest claiming he was in cahoots with lawyer friend to defraud them out of $4.3M life insurance settlement by filing a bogus wrongful death suit

The sons of the housekeeper who died following a 'trip and fall' accident at Alex Murdaugh's remote hunting lodge have filed a court petition to have him arrested for his role in allegedly defrauding them out of a $4.3million life insurance settlement, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Sep 28 11:42

Jamie Spears faces FBI probe after being accused of 'crossing unfathomable lines' over 'horrifying and unconscionable' claims he set up surveillance system in Britney's BEDROOM

Britney Spears' father Jamie Spears could be investigated by the FBI after it was claimed that he hired a security company to monitor his daughter's communications - including what went on in her bedroom - without her knowledge or consent.

Sep 28 11:42

World's worst principal? 15 students are ARRESTED for protesting against head who took away all after-school activities and would lock them out if they were late

Students at a Florida school protested their new principal's rules after he locks them out of school and sends them to the 'Choice Room' when they're late.

Sep 28 11:40

Federal judges rule New York City CAN force its 7,500 unvaccinated teachers to have COVID shot as critics warn it'll cause staff shortages and Mayor Bill de Blasio warns educators to have shot by Friday or face the ax

Thousands of New York City public school teachers face the prospect of being fired by the end of Friday after a panel of federal judges allowed the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio to impose a vaccine mandate.

Sep 28 11:39

Pfizer submits data to FDA on Covid vaccine in children aged 5-11 and could request emergency use authorization in days: Kids could start receiving shots within a month

Pfizer Inc and its German partner BioNTech SE submitted initial data to U.S. regulators for their COVID-19 vaccine in children aged five to 11 on Tuesday.

Sep 28 11:37

With militarised media as a weapon of mass deception, what is the plan?

Fernando Guevara argues that mainstream media, the police and other "civilian institutions", have become militarised. "Even on the internet, algorithms are re-set to catch what suits Zionists/Israel, while a lot of what sheds light on their terror is simply removed/de-platformed.">>

Sep 28 11:30

You CAN'T be fat and fit: Study of 3m people finds being obese always puts you at much higher risk of deadly heart conditions

It is not possible to be fat and fit at the same time, French experts have concluded.

Sep 28 11:29

General Milley and McKenzie BOTH advised Biden to keep 2500 US troops in Afghanistan to avoid Taliban takeover but were ignored: Joint Chiefs chair tells Congress botched withdrawal has damaged America's credibility

Two of the nation's top military commanders said on Tuesday they both believed at least 2500 U.S. troops were needed in Afghanistan to prevent a Taliban takeover.

Sep 28 11:27

Schools Are NOT A Main Source Of COVID Spread: Study Of Dozens Of Classrooms In Berlin Finds Just TWO Students And One Teacher Tested Positive Last Winter

Schools are not the main source of COVID-19 spread and do not cause a spike in cases, a new study suggests.

Sep 28 11:26

Mark Milley DEFENDS His Secret China Calls, Insists He Wasn't Trying To Undermine Trump And It His Not His Job To 'Assess The President's Mental Health'

Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley denied any wrongdoing in making two phone calls to China during Trump's presidency and insisted he spoke with his counterpart there to 'de-escalate' Beijing's fears over an imminent attack.

Sep 28 11:25

People who can't fit into jeans they wore aged 21 'are more likely to get the diabetes' but it CAN be reversed

Losing weight could reverse type 2 diabetes even among sufferers who of a normal weight, a study suggests.

Sep 28 11:23

Female Afghan judges hunted by the murderers they convicted

They were the trailblazers of women's rights in Afghanistan. They were the staunch defenders of the law, seeking justice for their country's most marginalised. But now, more than 220 female Afghan judges are in hiding due to fear of retribution under Taliban rule. Six former female judges spoke to the BBC from secret locations across Afghanistan. All of their names have been changed for their safety.

Sep 28 11:23

Prince Andrew to be honoured with Platinum Jubilee medal from Queen despite his active child sex trafficking cases

Prince Andrew is one of the members of the Royal Family who will be honoured with a Platinum Jubilee medal from the Queen.

Sep 28 11:21

Dropbox's billionaire founder Drew Houston says the 40-hour office week is a thing of the past and that the pandemic has changed work forever

The 40-hour office work week could soon be dead, according to Dropbox's cofounder Drew Houston.

Sep 28 11:20

Alabama schools facing ‘unprecedented’ food shortage

Your child’s school lunch might look a little different right now. Supply chain issues and staffing shortages brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic are forcing schools to get creative to keep their students fed.

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