Rep. Lauren Boebert is facing backlash after sharing a family photo showing her four children posing with guns in front of a Christmas tree.'That's my kind of Christmas card!' »
Then, @angel.edge95 stated that locating the tracking device may not be possible because there was a chance that law enforcement or Apple Support wouldn't be able to assist without the device's serial number. After, she received a second “unknown accessory” message. In the comments of her video, @angel.edge95 said she's working with law enforcement to resolve the problem and noted that they didn't want her to share an update just yet.
When the feds raided Jeffrey Epstein's Manhattan mansion in 2019, they unearthed a trove of evidence including binders of CDs containing tens of thousands of photographs. The exhibits contain several snapshots showing Maxwell giving Epstein a foot rub, seemingly on his private jet. The cheery pictures are at odds with the disturbing accusations against them: that for years, Epstein molested and raped scores of teenage girls after paying them for “massages,” and Maxwell allegedly played the role of scheduler and recruiter.
The car of a missing college student and remains have been found in an unsolved case in Georgia. Kyle Clinkscales, 22, went missing in January 1976, and his car was missing until this week. Police also found a wallet and skeletal remains during the investigation.
The roommate has to wake up at 5 a.m. for three months due to her schedule. Because of this, she banned her housemates from using the kitchen after 6:30 p.m.
A scuba diving YouTuber may have cracked the cold case of two Tennessee teens who disappeared 21 years ago after discovering the car they were last seen in at the bottom of a local river. Erin Foster, 18, and Jeremy Bechtel, 17, vanished on April 3, 2000, after leaving Foster's home, according to the White County Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Steve Page said in a news release members of Foster's family alerted him on Nov. 28 about YouTuber Jeremy Beau Sides, who uses sonar technology and scuba dives to try to solve missing persons cases on his channel Exploring With Nug.
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, they catapulted the United States into World War II in one swift stroke, removing from the international playing field the bulk of the American fleet, which had been strategically moved to Pearl Harbor only 18 months prior by President Franklin Roosevelt. The damage to Pearl Harbor and the surrounding area was astounding. The Japanese hit Pearl Harbor, located on Oahu, Hawaii, just after 8 a.m. The entire attack lasted a mere 75 minutes.
A Las Vegas judge said Wednesday he'll decide by the end of the day whether to limit medical information that prosecutors receive about former Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III following a fiery crash that killed a woman. Ruggs didn't have to appear in court while his attorney, Richard Schonfeld, argued before Justice of the Peace Pro Tem Robert Walsh that although state law lets police and prosecutors obtain a report about his client's blood-alcohol level following the early Nov. 2 crash, it doesn't let a judge compel first-responders to testify about his physical condition. Ruggs is due next week for a preliminary hearing of evidence alleging he was driving 156 mph (251 kph) with a blood-alcohol level of 0.16% — twice the legal limit in Nevada — before his Chevrolet Corvette slammed into the rear of Tina Tintor's vehicle, which caught fire.
In April 2017, William “Bam” Washington arranged for a teenage girl to be delivered to a man at a Sharonville hotel for sex. Here's some of the text exchange between Washington, then 35, and Steven E. Ritter, who was in his 50s. It was one of multiple times prosecutors say Washington exploited the girl over a period of about four months.
Last week in the sex-trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, defense attorney Jeff Pagliuca made a show of remembering to respect an alleged victim's request for anonymity. Judge Alison Nathan broke in with a reminder to not say Jane's real name out loud. Pagliuca told the judge not to worry.
(Reuters) - Kellogg Co said on Tuesday a majority of its U.S. cereal plant workers have voted against a new five-year contract, forcing it to hire permanent replacements as employees extend a strike that started more than two months ago. Temporary replacements have already been working at the company's cereal plants in Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania and Tennessee where 1,400 union members went on strike on Oct. 5 as their contracts expired and talks over payment and benefits stalled. Kellogg also said there was no further bargaining scheduled and it had no plans to meet with the union.
Allan Ali and his newborn-holding partner, Kamia Hoilett, had a negative interaction with a flight attendant Sunday on Philly-bound plane. A Black family traveling with a newborn baby was kicked off an American Airlines flight on Sunday as they headed home to Philadelphia from Charlotte, North Carolina. As seen in a now-viral video, Allan Ali and his partner, Kamia Hoilett, were asked to leave a Sunday afternoon flight before departure after a brief, negative interaction with a white male passenger and a white female flight attendant.
While much of the world is focused on the new omicron variant, first identified in South Africa, delta is still a threat, as “over 99 percent of sequenced cases in the United States continue to be from” that strain, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Tuesday at a White House COVID-19 Response Team briefing. Hospitalizations in Michigan, which has the highest share of new hospitalizations when adjusted for population, are up 70 percent since Nov. 10. In the neighboring states of Indiana and Illinois, hospitalizations have almost doubled.
Nearly 17 years after being sentenced to die, Scott Peterson was resentenced to life without parole Wednesday during an emotional hearing in which family members of his slain pregnant wife, Laci, called him out for the Christmas Eve killing in 2002 and his apparent lack of remorse. Scott, 19 years ago today, you were in the midst of planning Laci's murder,” said her mother, Sharon Rocha, addressing Peterson directly as he sat expressionless, handcuffed in a red and orange jail uniform. I still feel the grief every day, after 19 years,” she said.
The Navy SEAL who died Tuesday after being injured in a fast-rope training event last week has been identified as the commanding officer of SEAL Team 8, Cmdr. Brian Bourgeois. Naval Special Warfare Command has released few other details so far on what happened, but Bourgeois, 43, was injured during the training evolution Saturday in Virginia Beach, Virginia. SEAL Team 8′s executive officer has temporarily assumed command of the Virginia-based unit, according to the command, which did not identify the officer, citing operational security.
Starting in January, banana peels, chicken bones and leftover veggies won't be allowed in most California trash bins under a mandatory food recycling program designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills. Dec.
A U.S. Coast Guard diver lowed from the sky Wednesday braved frigid rapids to get to a car submerged in water near the brink of Niagara Falls, only to find it was too late to rescue the driver trapped inside. The diver was lowered from a hovering helicopter, climbed into the car and pulled out the body of its lone occupant, a woman in her 60s, officials from New York's State Park Police said. Video shows the rescuer, in an orange suit and a helmet, fighting against strong wind and water to enter through the passenger side of the black car.
A report on global wealth inequality shows that the wealth gap has grown dramatically in the last 20 years. It also shows a key reason why: The wealthy simply hold more financial assets, like stocks. The report argues inequality is a policy choice.
The Michigan school shooting suspect was assigned a public defender in court. Meanwhile, his parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, have hired a high-powered attorney for themselves in court. The couple's lawyer previously represented disgraced Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar.
An “investor presentation” the company recently filed with the Securities and Exchange commission is provoking guffaws among business analysts, with laughable evasions and barely any business strategy. It does feel like every public action by this company is designed give the impression that it is a joke,” Bloomberg analyst Matt Levine wrote on Dec. 7. The oddest part of the TMTG presentation is the “technology team” listed on Slide 21.
Brooke Shields is reflecting on the response to her 1980 Calvin Klein jeans campaign. During an appearance on Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast, Shields spoke about how she was over-sexualized by the media and the public in response to the now-infamous campaign. After the backlash, Shields did a number of interviews, including one with Barbara Walters, she was asked a series of intimate and invasive questions about her sexual history.
We take a look at celery nutrition, the health benefits of celery and more to find out. Celery Nutrition Here are the nutrition facts for a 1-cup serving of chopped celery: 14 calories 0.7 grams protein 0.2 g fat 3 g carbohydrates 1.6 g fiber 0 milligrams cholesterol 0.2 mg iron 263 mg potassium 0.1 mg zinc 30 micrograms vitamin K Celery is a good source of vitamin K. One medium stalk of celery supplies about 10% of your daily vitamin K requirements, says Samantha Cassetty, M.S., RD, a nutrition and wellness expert and co-author of Sugar Shock (buy it: $10.69, Target.com).
With a stroke of their pens, they delivered a death blow to the USSR, triggering shockwaves that are still reverberating three decades later in the tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The agreement they signed at the dacha in Viskuli, in the Belavezha forest near the border with Poland, declared that “the USSR ceases to exist as a subject of international law and as a geopolitical reality.” Two weeks later, eight other Soviet republics joined the alliance, effectively terminating the authority of Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, who stepped down on Dec. 25, 1991, with the hammer and sickle flag lowered over the Kremlin.
Jussie Smollett took the stand for the second day in a row at his trial on Tuesday. The former "Empire" actor denied under oath all allegations that he brought the Osundairo brothers on a "dry run" of his attack two days prior to it taking place. Smollett sat in the witness stand where he faced tense, continued cross-examination from Special Prosecutor Dan Webb, who began questioning him as a witness the previous day.
A Christmas tree outside Fox News headquarters became engulfed in flames Wednesday morning. The network's Christmas tree in Fox Square caught fire, and a suspect was apprehended. "Fox & Friends" morning hosts said the incident was a sign of lawlessness taking hold nationwide.
Pivotal Sen. Joe Manchin said Wednesday he'd vote to uphold the Senate parliamentarian's decision if she rules that immigration or other provisions should fall from Democrats' huge social and environment bill, underscoring the party's uphill fight to keep some top priorities in the legislation. Elizabeth MacDonough, the chamber's nonpartisan rules referee, is expected to decide shortly whether language letting millions of migrants remain temporarily in the U.S. can stay in the 10-year, roughly $2 trillion measure. MacDonough's decisions can be ignored by whichever Democrat is presiding over the chamber during debate, but Republicans could force votes challenging that.
“I know it doesn’t feel like it, but inflation is both a feature and a bug of a normalizing economy.”
“What is not going to work, and hasn’t worked, is trying to talk people out of the lived reality of higher prices.”
“When inflation expectations rise, actual inflation tends to follow.”
“The Fed must acknowledge that its monetary policy has been a source of inflation, and that it will need to raise interest rates.”
“The supply chain logjams are the core of the problem right now, and that should work itself out over time.”